Originally posted on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 2/22/13
Looking back to Sunday in Houston, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker and Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul shared the floor together representing the Western Conference All-Stars. On a national stage, with all All-Star teammates, Paul won the All-Star MVP award with 20 points and 15 assists in a game that presented very little defense. On Thursday, on national television, Parker was the one who dominated the night as the Spurs dismantled the Clippers 116-90, in a game that actually mattered with real defense. Let’s just get their stat lines out of the way now to show the dominance of Parker. Parker: 31 points, 7 assists, 12/16 shooting, 7/7 free throws, 0 turnovers, and 2 fouls in 28 minutes. Paul: 4 points, 3 assists, 1/6 shooting, 3 turnovers, and 5 fouls in 27 minutes. Here are five other points on the Spurs’ route of the Clippers as the Spurs earned their 44th victory of the season. 1.     Best point guard in the NBA? Parker or Paul At halftime during
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