Of all the great things Tony Parker has accomplished throughout his career with the San Antonio Spurs, a triple-double was not one of them prior to Monday night’s win over the Houston Rockets. When a guard plays more than 11 seasons before picking up his first triple-double, the accomplishment calls for a celebration.
Following the game, Parker was treated to a custom desert at a restaurant congratulating him on the big game. The 30-year-old veteran scored 27 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out 12 assists, so he even had some room to spare. Hopefully he also had room left after his meal for that delicious-looking whatever it was.
H/T Boris Diaw on Twitter via Deadspin for the photo