Found May 16, 2014 on Project Spurs:
PLAYERS: Tony Parker
TEAMS: San Antonio Spurs

This summer will be the World Cup in Spain but if Team France wants to have a good showing on the court, they’ll have to do it without their leader Tony Parker. The San Antonio Spurs guard will not be participating in the tournament citing the need for rest according to head coach Vincent Collet. […]

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