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Tony Parker Shows the Benefits of Playing Overseas

With David Stern threatening to erase the "spectre" of international competition from the American basketball scene, it's nice to cite an instance of one player who benefited from playing across the Atlantic. I'm talking about San Antonio Spurs All-Star point guard Tony Parker, who has turned out an impressive season after playing for ASVEL over the lockout, a French team that Parker has an executive role with.
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