Two schools of thought do not exist for every single topic under the sun, but most of what we pursue as human beings can certainly welcome opposing points of view. Such is the case with the enthralling Western Conference playoff series between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers, the only one of the eight first-round encounters to be knotted at one game apiece heading...
Tony Parker left the San Antonio Spurs' Game 2 win at the Los Angeles Clippers in the fourth quarter with an Achilles injury.
Parker was seen limping after the game, but he expects to play in Game 3.
"It's been a tough year, but I think I'll be all right," said Parker.
Parker said the injury was the same as that which he suffered in a game in Oklahoma City on April 7.
Just in time for the 2015 San Antonio Spurs postseason. Tony Parker’s signature sneakers, PEAK, released a new line of No. 9’s kicks title the 2015 TP9 II “Alamo.” These limited sneakers were released to celebrate Parker and the Spurs “Big 3″ which recently ranked as the first trio playing 730 games in NBA history […]
Tony Parker will be a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame after he retires and becomes eligible for the honor. After back-to-back NBA Finals appearances and one more NBA championship as part of the San Antonio Spurs’ dynasty, there is nothing Parker and his old-man teammates truly have to prove.
However, after Game 1 of the Western Conference playoffs, it’s really rather clear...
As we get ready to kick off the Cavaliers’ pursuit of the Larry O’Brien trophy on Sunday afternoon at the Q, I wanted to cover one last theme before the Cavs and Celtics tip-off. At times, the Cavaliers get a little excessive when it comes to switching on high ball screens involving a guard and a big. One perfect example of this was the night of Kyrie Irving’s 57-point performance...
One of the more intriguing matchups between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers has to be the point guard matchup between Tony Parker and Chris Paul. The two have squared off before when Paul was with the Hornets and know a thing or two about each other’s style of play. Add the fact […]
Last season, the San Antonio Spurs had all the motivation in the world to get them through an 82-game regular season and a march to the 2014 NBA crown – Game 6 of the 2014 NBA Finals which saw the title slip through their fingers and Miami winning the title in Game 7. Heading into […]
The San Antonio Spurs have enjoyed so much success over the past two decades in large part because of the team atmosphere they have created. Their players care for one another, share the spotlight, and have fully embraced what it means to be a team. This particular quote from Tony Parker after the team’s 110-98...Read More
AT&T CENTER – After suffering tightness in his right Achilles Tuesday in the first half of the San Antonio Spurs’ victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich announced Wednesday guard Tony Parker will return against the Houston Rockets, who San Antonio will host on the second night of a back-to-back set. […]