A coin toss at the start of each game determines who shoots first, with the more senior player calling heads or tails.
If you missed the action, catch up below with all the highlights and reaction!
It hadn't the kind of season Mike Conley had hoped for.
After the first round of the HORSE tournament on ESPN flopped a bit both from an entertainment perspective and from a numbers perspective, Zach LaVine and Mike Conley were able to put on a bit of a show in the finals on Thursday evening, as Conley claimed the title with a hard over-the-backboard shot to close out LaVine.
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-Conley buries the off-hand triple and Billups can't respond. Billups is down to his LAST Letter! This was thanks to an unbelievable behind the backboard layup, which earned the 32-year-old the honor of being the first-ever H-O-R-S-E champ.
You can understand why when you see Quigley making a backward shot after her defeat was sealed.
-LaVine hits Quigley with the between the legs reverse lay-up and Quigley has "H".
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LaVine didn't take the bait and eventually finished off his Chicago hoopster counterpart.
The dagger to finish the game was a solid shot behind the backboard shot. The Bulls guard will move on to the final!
The HORSE final pits the athletic monster in LaVine against the ambidextrous Conley Jr. He made one shot by spinning it on his left hand while punching the ball with his right hand.
-Conley extends his lead to "H-O-R-' to 'H" with an off hand jumpshot.
Throughout the competition, Conley, 32, used both his right hand and his left - his strong hand - to make things hard for his opponents.More news: Iranian prosecutors extend Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's furlough from prison
-Conley goes back to an old favourite: Spin the ball on the finger and punch it in the bucket off the glass.