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Fantasy Update

Nov 24, 2014
Rotoworld
Tony Parker is shooting 14-of-22 (63.6 percent) from behind the 3-point line this season.
Pounding The Rock 19 hours ago

Is Tony Parker's three-point shooting sustainable?

Tony Parker is leading the league in three-point percentage. He won't be able to keep that up but if he remains above-average, that opens all kinds of new possibilities for the Spurs' offense Three-point shooting has been out of Tony Parker's repertoire for years but there was a time in which he let it fly from outside. In his first four seasons in the league Parker took two three-pointers or more per game. But after shooting 27% that fourth year, he completely erased the shot from his game. As he told Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express News: "It was a discussion with Pop. We had so...
Rotoworld Nov 24, 2014

Tony Parker suddenly has a three-point shot - Tony Parker (G) San Antonio Spurs

Tony Parker is shooting 14-of-22 (63.6 percent) from behind the 3-point line this season.
Pounding The Rock Nov 23, 2014

GIF Breakdown: Spurs vs. Nets

After starting 2-3, the Spurs have won seven of their last eight. They controlled most of the game against the Nets on their way to a 9-4 record. Let's take a look at some of the plays that stood out in the win. Let's start with Tony Parker. He had himself another fantastic game after he completely dominated the Wolves on Friday night. On Saturday night he dropped 22 on 50% shooting and found his teammates for seven assists. Here he is with a pretty start/stop drive against Deron Williams. The move gets Deron leaning the wrong direction and Tony attacks and finishes relatively high off the...
Pounding The Rock Nov 22, 2014

Final Score: Spurs take care of Nets, win 99-87

Tony Parker, Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green combined for 64 points and each scored over 20. When was the last time a Spurs team had three different 20-point scorers in one game? The first half was a breeze for the Spurs. They scored efficiently and made it really, really tough on the Nets on the other end. The Nets were held to just 36 points on 33% shooting from the floor for the half while the Spurs dropped 51 with good looks and Tony Parker continuing to play at a high level. It looked like it was going to be an easy victory. Tim Duncan had a phenomenal first half and was well on his was...

Parker, Spurs make short work of short-handed Wolves

Tony Parker matched a season high with 28 points as the Spurs routed Minnesota.
Pounding The Rock Nov 19, 2014

Final Score: Spurs beat Cavaliers 92 - 90

The Spurs didn't play pretty but got the W on the road Without playing particularly well the Spurs managed to escape Cleveland with a victory over LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and their Cavs. Tim Duncan, Boris Diaw and Kawhi Leonard carried the team, as Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker struggled mightily on offense all game long. The entire team played poorly on that end, as has been the case often this season. The Spurs committed 16 turnovers and shot only 31% from outside. Fortunately, they managed to make a lot of damage in the paint against a Cleveland team lacking a rim...
Pounding The Rock Nov 16, 2014

Cory Joseph and the Spurs: A marriage made in limbo

Cory Joseph and the Spurs are trying to make the most out of a relationship that might have been doomed to fail all along because of a poor fit This is a huge year for Cory Joseph. The Canadian point guard hasn't had a consistent role in his first three seasons in the league, alternating between the D-League and short stints as a starter when Tony Parker got injured. But now, at 23, he finds himself getting a career high in minutes per game and playing every night. When he was drafted the idea was to groom him to be the back up point guard but the unexpected emergence of Patty Mills...
Washington Post Oct 31, 2014

Wizards bring on veteran players to strike a balance with youthful core

The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs are the oldest team in the NBA. That is not a revelation; their core of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker has aged gracefully together, securing four titles in the past 12 years. Read full article >>
Pounding The Rock Oct 30, 2014

Twitter thinks Tony Parker is better than Chris Paul

How about that, Spurs fans? In a shocking development, an ESPN Twitter poll has revealed that 47.7% of the public thinks that Tony Parker is the best point guard in the league. I'm not sure that I've ever come across anything like that before. Sure, Spurs fans back their boy and a couple of pundits have come out in favor of calling Parker the best at his position, but as far as I know, this is the first time that Tony has won over a significant portion of fans. Honestly, it's not too hard to understand why Tony is usually reduced to a honorable mention in conversations about the...
Mavs Moneyball Oct 29, 2014

Story quoteboard from Spurs 101, Mavericks 100: Slim margins the "world we live in"

A report from a losing locker room in San Antonio, where the Spurs open the season with a narrow victory against the Mavericks. SAN ANTONIO -- The Spurs fans aren't loved around these parts, but give them credit for this: they filled the AT&T Center on Tuesday night and they were loud. The crowd noise crescendoed for the important moments. The ring ceremony. The unveiling of the championship banner. Each player walking to half court to collect their jewelry. Then the game started, and Tony Parker with a 3-pointer. Tim Duncan, with his never-aging running hook shot. But with that 101-100...

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