There are 47 NBA players who will participate in the 2016 Rio Olympics Basketball competition. Only one team will not have an NBA player in their roster, at least so far, since the finalization of rosters isn't due yet.
Throw it back to 2004.
Great Day meeting the US swimming team in San Antonio & @m_phelps00 ! #legend #coachpop @spurs A photo posted by Tony Parker (@_tonyparker09) on Jul 15, 2016 at 12:43pm PDT Hi! In this photo, legendary San Antonio Spurs coach/curmudgeon Gregg Popovich and Spurs star Tony Parker meet decorated Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps. Show More Summary
The Spurs have re-signed guard Manu Ginobili. It is reportedly a one-year deal for $14 million. With Tim Duncan having recently retired, the old Spurs core is down to point guard Tony Parker and limited minutes from Ginobili. The team is now primarily led by small forward Kawhi Leonard and power forward LaMarcus Aldridge. New addition [...]
The year is 2003. The San Antonio Spurs have just beaten Jason Kidd and the New Jersey Nets in the NBA Finals. The Spurs feature a dynamic 21-year-old point guard named Tony Parker, but Kidd is the best pure point guard in the league. The Spurs have just won their second of five eventual titles behind franchise icon Tim Duncan. Show More Summary
In crunch time against the Thunder, Parker kept shooting. The ball needed to be somewhere else.
Rookie Thunder coach Billy Donovan has shown poise while consistently making the correct decisions that has Oklahoma City up 3-2. He's more than holding his own against a legend. SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker had just scored when Billy Donovan signaled his first timeout of the second half. Show More Summary
The Thunder have faltered in the fourth quarter all season. They made sure not to let that happen again with their season hanging in the balance. OKLAHOMA CITY -- Tony Parker drove right on Russell Westbrook with just over two minutes left in Game 4. Show More Summary
Everyone pointing for someone else to go get Parker. Spoiler: nobody got Parker. pic.twitter.com/zEbx5spJVZ — Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) May 7, 2016 While the San Antonio Spurs look like a well-oiled robot where the thought of one piece moving without the other is unfathomable, the Oklahoma City Thunder may as well be their antithesis. Show More Summary
Amid calamity during the final seconds of Game 2, Tony Parker's brilliant assist to LaMarcus Aldridge perseveres. Everyone's talking about the last 13 seconds of Game 2 between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder, and rightfully...Show More Summary
Before the final sequence of last night’s game between the Thunder and Spurs had everyone staring at their television and muttering, “What the hell just happened?” Spurs point guard Tony Parker made a play that turned me into a gross cartoon wolf. Read more...
Tony Parker may be getting up there in years, but he's definitely still got the skills. HOW? How did he see that pass? I can't even see what's directly in front of me most of the time.
Tony Parker still has filthy moves up his sleeve. Check out this slick pass he sent to LaMarcus Aldridge in Game 2 against the OKC Thunder: The post WATCH: Tony Parker Dishes Superb Pass to LaMarcus Aldridge appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs have two more regular season clashes on the docket, but according to Tony Parker, there’s little reason to look forward to the The post Tony Parker Says Gregg Popovich Will Rest Everyone vs Warriors appeared first on SLAMonline.
The San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors play two more games against each other during the regular season, but Spurs guard Tony Parker doesn't expect head coach Gregg Popovich to use his best lineup in either matchup. Speaking...Show More Summary
BOBAN SMASH! The Spurs are without Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tim Duncan against the Thunder. They do have 7'3 rookie Boban Marjanovic on the court, however, so the Thunder better put a body on him or he'll make them look like little kids with thunderous dunks.
Whenever two Western Conference powers such as the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder battle on the court, it's must-watch television. That's as long as the stars on one team aren't confined to the bench. That will be the case...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are easily the heavy favorite to repeat as NBA Champions this year as they sit at 61-6 on the season and are in prime position to break the Chicago Bulls 72-10 record. Former players have criticized them heavily and the NBA and the way it’s played today, but you cannot deny […]
As the Warriors close in on an NBA record 73-win season, there has been no shortage of punditry about Golden State’s place among the historically great teams such as the 72-10 The post Tony Parker Says Warriors Need More Championships To Be Best Team In NBA History appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors' pursuit of the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' record of 72 wins is becoming a more legitimate possibility with each passing game. The defending champs are 61-6 and on Saturday, will collide with the San Antonio Spurs,...Show More Summary