TONY PARKER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Spurs point guard, Tony Parker, received a death threat during Sunday’s Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Memphis Grizzlies and had to be escorted home though it appeared the threat posed “no immediate danger.”
According to Alex Navarro, KSAT.com:
Sunday night, someone called 911 with about five minutes left in the game and made a threat against Tony Parker...
A death threat was made against Tony Parker with five minutes left in the San Antonio Spurs' win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday in Game 1.
The Bexar County Sheriff is investigating a 911 call played on Sunday in which threatened Parker.
Security was immediately increased but it was determined there was no immediate threat.
Parker was escorted to his home by deputies.
According to KSAT.com, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker received death threats during Game 1 against the Mempis Grizzlies. Reportedly, the death threats came in with five minutes left in the game an security was ramped up during the game.
The Bexar County Sheriff's office is investigating death threats made against Tony Parker.
Sunday night, someone called 911...
Heading into the postseason, Memphis was tops in the league in defense holding teams to 89.3 points during the regular season. In the playoffs, the Grizzlies are holding teams to 92.4 points but in Game 1 of the West Finals, Spurs' Tony Parker made short-work of the vaunted Memphis defense.
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Tony Parker generated 20 points and dished out nine assists.
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