The 2015 Tony Nominations are here, thanks to announcers Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker, who woke up before 8:30 a.m. on a Tuesday morning to read off this season's theater honorees. The list of plays, musicals, actors, directors,...Show More Summary
The nominations for the 69th annual Tony Awards were announced on Tuesday by Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis, recognizing the best of the 2014–15 Broadway season. “Fun Home” and “Something Rotten!” dominated the musical categories,...Show More Summary
The 2015 Tony Awards have just been revealed! The nominees were announced this morning by Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker from the Paramount Hotel’s Diamond Horseshoe in New York City. There’s a ton of big names among the nominees including Bradley Cooper, Carey Mulligan, Ruth Wilson, Elisabeth Moss, Kristin Chenoweth (who will also be co-hosting [...]
The nominations for the 2015 Tony awards will be announced Tuesday morning in New York by Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis.
Spurs need an effective Tony Parker Here’s the San Antonio Express-News with a key health update on the Spurs: Spurs coach Gregg Popovich says perennially hobbled point guard Tony Parker will play in Game 3 tonight against the L.A. Clippers. Given Parker left Game 2 in the fourth quarter with soreness in his right Achilles tendon — to go [...]
San Antonio guard Tony Parker will play Friday night in Game 3 of the Western Conference playoffs against the Clippers, the Spurs announced at the team’s shootaround Friday afternoon.
Tim Duncan put it succinctly after Game 2 on Wednesday night, saying he was "very concerned" to learn that Tony Parker had tightness in his right Achilles' tendon that forced the San Antonio guard to depart late during the Spurs' overtime win over the Clippers.
The San Antonio Spurs notched a huge Game 2 win over the Los Angeles Clippers without getting anything from Tony Parker, and the most surprising thing about that result may be that it shouldn't have been surprising at all. Quietly, and...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs return home with a 1-1 split of the first two games they so desperately wanted to happen, but they also go to San Antonio with an even more banged up Tony Parker in the Western Conference playoffs.
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker left Game 2 against the Los Angeles Clippers with an ankle injury. Continue for updates. Parker Injures Achilles vs. Clippers Sunday, April 19 According to the Spurs' official Twitter account, theShow More Summary
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker suffered injuries in his left ankle and thigh in the first quarter of Sunday's 107-92 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. However, these issues won't hold him from playing this Wednesday's Game 2 for the Western Conference playoffs.
Chris Paul had an MVP-caliber season. Tony Parker did not. So it's only fitting that Paul came out swinging in Game 1 against the San Antonio Spurs, posting 32 points, seven rebounds and six assists in a 107-92 victory for his Los Angeles Clippers. Show More Summary
Tony Parker expects to be in the starting lineup for the San Antonio Spurs after rolling his ankle against the Los Angeles Clippers in the opener of their Western Conference playoff series.
The San Antonio Spurs didn’t seem to have any concerns about the injuries to point guard Tony Parker and center Tiago Splitter, saying both will play in Game 2 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series against the Clippers on Wednesday night at Staples Center.
Tony Parker put his backpack over his right shoulder and gingerly walked toward the San Antonio Spurs' bus late Sunday night, the left side of his body in pain from the beating it took during the team's 107-92 loss to the Clippers in Game 1 of a first-round playoff series.
The left side of Tony Parker’s body was in pain, forcing the San Antonio Spurs’ point guard to limp to the team’s bus outside Staples Center late Sunday night after a 107-92 loss to the Clippers in Game 1 of their playoff contest.
Parker is back on the bench but hasn't returned to the court after an apparent ankle injury. San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker left the team's opening playoff game against the Los Angeles Clippers after suffering an apparent ankle injury in the first quarter Sunday night. Show More Summary
Tony Parker thought he'd seen it all in the Western Conference.
With four Championship rings and an extremely diverse portfolio of endorsement deals, Tony Parker is a model NBA star. The post All Business, Man appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Spurs' star point guard has no issue taking on a smaller role now that Leonard is playing like a star. For some teams, the transition from an older star to a younger one can be problematic. We all know about the issues ShaquilleShow More Summary