LONDON (AP) -- They've been teammates for so long that they're basketball brothers, family. They've won countless games and three NBA titles together.
But Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili were out of place Tuesday night -- on opposite teams in the Olympics.
The separated San Antonio Spurs.
"Very strange," Ginobili said. "The first time ever after playing probably like a thousand games together. Wishing him to miss a shot is kind of something new."
Parker scored 17 points and fed a lob pass over Ginobili for a key basket in the final two minutes to help France stun Argentina 71-64 in a preliminary round tournament game featuring 10 NBA players.
Parker, wearing goggles to protect a left eye seriously injured in a New York nightclub brawl in June, got the best of his close friend Ginobili in the first game between the two All-Stars.
"It was special," said Parker. "Manu is one of my best friends. We've been playing together for a long time and it was kind of weird to be playing again...