A curious stat popped up on ESPN's Stats & Info feed yesterday. "Tony Parker sat nearly as much as he played this season and the @spurs were slightly better per 100 poss. without him," it read. This says more about Spurs, and the stats we use, than it does about Parker. Read more...
As the NBA Finals open on Thursday evening, the only physical question for the San Antonio Spurs is how close to 100 percent Tony Parker will be. Parker had a moderate ankle sprain in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder and was hobbled somewhat for Game 6. Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard has officially joined the ranks of the San Antonio Spurs' Big Three. Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili now have an heir to pass their legacy on to, and he looks every bit up to the challenge. But as we've learned...Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein's musical, “Finding Neverland,” will be part of the Tony telecast on Sunday night in a number performed by Jennifer Hudson, according to his spokesperson Victoria Parker, despite the fact that the show is not on Broadway.
Tony Parker's left ankle is ready for the NBA Finals.
The last time the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat tangled in the title round, the storylines could have written themselves before the series started. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker did the heaviest lifting for San Antonio, but the Spurs found their best success in the lopsided numbers game. Show More Summary
Tony Parker plans to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
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Tony Parker has been battling a nagging ankle injury that caused him to miss the second half of Game 6 of the Spurs' series-clinching win in the Western Conference Finals. Will he be ready to go when San Antonio faces off against the Miami Heat for the NBA title? Geoff Sheen breaks down Parker's status in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker heads into an NBA Finals matchup against the Miami Heat with a chance to work his way up from the No. 15 spot on the all-time playoff scoring list. According to NBA.com/Stats, Parker tied the...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are all out of awards to chase, but perhaps the unofficial distinction of the best Big Three ever will add a little motivation to their upcoming NBA Finals matchup against the Miami Heat. Not...Show More Summary
Tony Parker is dinged up again, and his status is unclear heading into the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.
The San Antonio Spurs kept Tony Parker's ankle injury suffered on Tuesday under wraps but finally pulled him from the Game 6 Western Conference Finals win against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Troubling as it may be that San Antonio Spurs...Show More Summary
The Spurs make headlines today because they came out victorious against the Oklahoma Thunder for the Western Conference. The Spurs beat the Thunder 112-107 in overtime against Oklahoma, and they didn’t even have Tony Parker for the second half.The best part about this win is that we’ll get to see the Spurs get their rematch
There are three certainties in life: Death, taxes and the San Antonio Spurs. Gregg Popovich's club absorbed the loss of Tony Parker and rallied to stun the Thunder on their home court and advance to the NBA Finals. Continue reading…
The San Antonio Spurs are a great team right now. Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker have defied the effects of age, and they're heading to their second straight NBA Finals. As for their future? Well, that might be set too. With...Show More Summary
Even though they lost Tony Parker to a barking ankle, the Spurs are still real [removes glasses] Pinball Wizards. Read more...
Spurs guard Tony Parker missed the second half of Game 6 of the Western Conference finals because of left ankle soreness.
The Spurs will play the second half of Game 6 without Tony Parker. The San Antonio Spurs will be without Tony Parker for the remainder of Game 6 as the team announced he would not return for the second half due to soreness in his left ankle. Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker was forced to leave Game 6 of the Western Conference finals early after feeling soreness in his left ankle, the team announced: Parker played 19 minutes before leaving the game, scoring eight...Show More Summary