Originally written on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 10/21/14

FOR SPORTS - Spurs' Tony Parker walks off the court after the Western Conference Playoffs First Round Game 1 against the Mavericks Saturday April 18, 2009 at the AT&T Center. The Mavericks won 105-97 Photo via Newscom

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Aside from making a statement on the basketball court for the San Antonio Spurs, Tony parker also likes to make a fashion statement off the court. It is no secret TP loves fashion and he shows this with his choice of watch - Tissot. And as the playoffs are well underway, Tissot and Parker have unveiled the latest line of watches titled "Tissot PRC 200 Tony Parker Limited Edition 2013." Here is how Tissot describes TP's new watch.   The precision of the piece is highlighted by stylish details such as the orange minute track and hands, which also portrays a sporty look, further recalled by stitching on the all-time classic smooth leather bracelet. A tailored touch is brought to the watch with a highlight of Tony Parker’s player number 9 on the dial. Adding to that uniqueness is the fact that this watch is limited to 4’999 pieces. These will feature a case which is finely engraved and a case back with the talented basketball player’s signature and number which are silk printed. You will have to try and keep up with Tony Parker’s fast pace to get your hands on one of these limited edition pieces.   What do you think about this new TP watch Spurs fans? Will you go out and get one?   But for those die-hard Tony Parker fans or just Spurs fans in general who want to own their very own limited edition TP watch right now, visit Tissot by clicking here.
PLAYERS: Tony Parker
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