Found July 19, 2013 on Project Spurs:
San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker joined Oklahoma City Thunder's Thabo Sefolosha at Thabo's exhibition game in Switzerland this past week. The exhibition game was organized by Sefolosha for charity and the two NBA stars (and other players) gave the fans in attendance a show. Check out the highlights from the charity game and fortunately, TP did not suffer any injury. Though seeing him play in this exhibition game and knowing he will be playing for Team France at Eurobasket, may make Spurs fans cringe at the thought of him playing ball too much this year instead of resting for next season.
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