San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker returned to the lineup Thursday against the Chicago Bulls after missing a game because of a bruised left knee
The thrills of an NBA game or MMA fight are equally as thrilling as the virtual combat that happens in a video game—so says a new campaign for mobile game Throne: Kingdom at War. The ads feature San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker, MMA former...Show More Summary
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will miss at least one game as he continues to nurse a minor knee injury. Continue for updates. Latest on Parker's Playing Status Friday, Dec. 2 According to Project Spurs' Paul Garcia, headShow More Summary
LaMarcus Aldridge scored 24 points, Tony Parker added 20 and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Washington Wizards 112-100 on Saturday night for their ninth straight victory
SAN ANTONIO — I asked rookie point guard Dejounte Murray a trick question during the 45-minute player-availability session before the San Antonio Spurs' victory over the Miami Heat on Monday night that was more difficult than it should...Show More Summary
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Tony Parker is a day away from returning and Danny Green might not be far behind him. Parker, according to San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, could return to the lineup as early as Wednesday, per ESPN.com and San Antonio veteran reporter Mike Monroe.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will miss extended time because of a knee injury originally suffered in the team's season-opening win against the Golden State Warriors. Continue for updates. Parker Expected to Miss at Least One Week Friday, Nov. Show More Summary
Soviet assassin Codename: Felix hides out in 1971 California’s free love culture in Alex De Campi and Tony Parker’s wild-ride, Mayday. The post De Campi & Parker’s Spy Thriller Unearths Sex, Drugs & Rock n’ Roll appeared first on CBR.com.
SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio veterans Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili will both sit out Saturday night's home opener against New Orleans for rest.
The Spurs last season were led offensively by Kawhi Leonard (21.1 ppg), LaMarcus Aldridge (18.0 rpg) and Tony Parker (11.9 ppg). Defensively, Leonard is the best on the squad. With Tim Duncan retired but Pau Gasol now on board and Aldridge still ready to score and rebound, Leonard is still the best all-around weapon on [...]
Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs participated in an exhibition game Wednesday with a number of swiss pro basketball players outdoors in the Swiss Alps, atop a glacier.
Aletsch Glacier, where Parker and his team played, is 2.15 miles above sea level.
On Wednesday, 3,454 meters above sea level, Tony Parker and other basketball players went to Aletsch Glacier to play an exhibition game. No, this isn’t photoshopped — these are surreal photos of a basketball game being played on a Swiss...Show More Summary
Tony Parker’s international basketball career came to an end this week, but the veteran point guard says he plans to hoop in the NBA for five more years. Parker, 34, The post Tony Parker: ‘I Want to Play Five More Years’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Tony Parker announces retirement from French National Team to focus on NBA career.
France was routed by Spain 92-67 in the quarterfinals of Olympic hoops on Wednesday, and Tony Parker announced his retirement from the national team. Merci à tous mes coéquipiers, à The post Tony Parker Retires from the French National Team appeared first on SLAMonline.
There will be no golden end to Tony Parker's international career, nor silver or bronze either after France bowed out of the Olympic men's basketball tournament with a whimper on Wednesday falling 92-67 to Spain.
Tony Parker is one of the greatest point guards of all time, but it’s entirely possible his long international career will end without an Olympic or FIBA World Championships medal. That's a stark contrast to his NBA resume. Tony Parker has one of the most fascinating living legacies in the NBA. Show More Summary