Originally posted on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 10/30/12
With the San Antonio Spurs 2012-13 season set to kickoff this Wednesday, the team will once again hope the season ends with another title and a parade down San Antonio's famed Riverwalk. At least that's what's on Tony Parker's mind. TP spoke with French site France24.com, where he made it clear, the goal is to bring title number five to the franchise and for him to become an All-Star and keep the team among the elite of the NBA. We were two games away from reaching the NBA Finals last season. I cannot wait to return to that position. We're even better this year. The goal is to win the NBA title. From a personal perspective, my goal is to do as well as last year and be among the All-Stars .The difference between good players and great players is that great players are able to repeat big seasons. My goal is really to keep Spurs at the top of the NBA. The team didn't do too much tinkering with the squad over the offseason. They added guard Nando De Colo and resigned
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