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Popovich raves about Parker’s defense

DENVER – Tony Parker leads all NBA guards in field goal percentage and is averaging 17.8 points and 6.6 assists over his last five games, but Spurs coach Gregg Popovich didnt want to discuss his point guards offensive game Friday. In talking to reporters after shootaround at the Pepsi Center, Popovich preferred to focus on
Pounding The Rock Nov 25, 2015

Is Tony Parker's recent play sustainable?

Tony Parker has been playing well of late. Is it sustainable or will he regress? That and more in PtR's weekly round table, In The Bonus. 1 - Tony Parker is averaging over 16 points and six assists in the past five games. Is he "back"? Michael Erler: Depends what your definition of "back" is. I don't think the 2013 Parker is ever coming back, but the 2014 version (and the 2014 Ginobili it needs to be mentioned) were plenty good enough to win with. I'm pretty pleased overall with Parker so far, both he and Ginobili are playing under control and sticking to their strengths and not trying to...
Pounding The Rock Nov 25, 2015

Kawhi Leonard's shot chart should be hanging in a museum

Seriously, print this out, frame it, and at the very least put it on your wall. Green like the grass, beautiful in every way. Hang this in the San Antonio Museum of Art ASAP. Kawhi Leonard’s shot chart this season. Not. Fair. pic.twitter.com/vp4nh6rsdI — Michael Gallagher (@MikeSGallagher) November 24, 2015 (h/t Michael Gallagher twitter)
Pounding The Rock Nov 19, 2015

Watch Tony Parker go off against the Denver Nuggets

Tony Parker set season-highs in points (25), field goal percentage (64.3%), free throw attempts (8) and assists (9) during the Spurs' win over the Nuggets on Wednesday night. It was good to see The Wee Frenchman in good form so we'll celebrate his best game of the season with a highlight reel featuring his dimes and buckets. Music: Les Hommes à Tout Faire by Nino Ferrer
Pounding The Rock Nov 18, 2015

Final Score: Spurs find rhythm, defeat Nuggets 109-98

San Antonio came out firing tonight and outplayed an athletic Denver team with the help of Tony Parker's 25 points and 9 assists. No Manu, no problem. The Spurs were without the services of their stellar sixth man but didn't miss a beat, steamrolling the visiting Nuggets 109-98. It was the sixth win a row for the good guys as they improve to 9-2 on the year, maintaining the NBA's second-best record. Tony Parker was the story of the game as he had by far his best game of the year. He must have visited the Fountain of Youth that Tim Duncan treks to every offseason. Tony was wheeling and...

Game allows Parker to escape French tragedy

SAN ANTONIO – Spurs point guard Tony Parker called the horrific terrorist attacks in his home country “unbelievable” and said his prayers are with all the families of the victims. “It’s tough,” Parker, a native of Belgium who grew up in France, said Saturday night after the Spurs’ 92-83 win over Philadelphia of dealing with

Tweet suggests Parker to play with heavy heart tonight

SAN ANTONIO – A tweet issued by Tony Parker suggests the Spurs point guard will play Saturday night’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers with a heavy heart. Reacting to the bloody terrorist attacks in Paris, Parker tweeted in French, “Still in shock, my heart is in Paris! A thought to all the victims. #PrayForParis.” Parker
Pounding The Rock Nov 1, 2015

Rehash: The Spurs machine is reloading

For the past 3 seasons, the San Antonio Spurs have represented a sort of higher basketball power. They have emphasized team play, often pinballinng the rock around the floor without hesitation. It was this style of play that lead many to compare the Spurs' offense to a finely tuned machine. For all intents and purpses, it was one. Tony Parker, the engine, driving the ball into the lane relentlessly, forcing defenses to break as the other offensive components revolved around him. The team's high-level of focus and play was constant, not even slowing down when the second unit was inserted;...

Tony Parker arrives safely at ATT Center

With flood waters near his far Northwest area home subsided, Spurs starting point guard Tony Parker arrived safely at AT&T Center to prepare for Friday’s home opener against the Brooklyn Nets. Parker missed the morning shootaround at the team’s practice site when he encountered high water on a road near his home. Adhering to the

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