tony parker

The Warriors aren't the only record-breaking team worth watching.
The Spurs have the potential to beat the Warriors, as emerging superstar Kawhi Leonard continues his sensational two-play.
What does this all mean? Maybe it's twofold: players feel like they don't need the lure of a major city to build their own
Budenholzer likes to run a series of cutters to make the opposing defense have to decide whether or not to help. That decision
ONE-MAN FASTBREAK Take your pick with highlights, but this one is pretty good. If the Cavs want to make a run, LeBron has
Popovich's genius has been in his defiance of NBA wisdom. NBA wisdom holds that players can carry championship teams until they simply can't anymore, and when that time comes they should be let go.
Are the San Antonio Spurs really a team of secret commandos? Does Tony Parker care about missing children? Can Manu Ginobili actually sing? Writer and animator Matt Hill exposes the truth. Starring JD Ryznar and Randall Park.
The 36-year-old Kobe Bryant has been in the NBA over half his life. Unfortunately for the 16-time All-Star, he won't be getting
I try to stay motivated, try to set myself some goals. Obviously we've never had a repeat, so that’s a great challenge for
You can win a championship but still not be a great team. You can have many great players and not win a championship. That's because the whole is less than the sum of its parts.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story suggested that Longoria was Parker's ex-wife when this incident occurred. The
The one guy for the Spurs who can change this series is Kawhi Leonard -- nobody else on the roster can defend LeBron James that well. But what Leonard did in Game 3 was not only bother James (22 points and seven turnovers) as well as force him to use screens for offense, but also completely take over the game offensively. Leonard -- who, ironically, hails from Los Angeles and went unrecruited by the LA schools before going to San Diego State -- scored a career-high 29 points on 10-13 shooting.
Summoning the strength to play in unplayable conditions, the Spurs outlasted then blasted the Heat late, beating them by a final score of 110 to 95.
It took less than a full quarter of the first game of the NBA Finals to see how the rest of the series between Miami and San Antonio will go: Coach Gregg Popovich wants his team to control the pace of play at all costs.
Like the city of San Antonio itself, the Spurs were built by immigrants one brick at a time and meant to last. As America itself changes, I can't help but wonder if, in these Finals, we're getting a juxtaposition of the old America with the new.
Statistics don't lie, but at the same time, defending the Heat requires superb levels of individual and help efforts because
Serge Ibaka has changed the Western Conference Finals, and his presence has made all the difference for the Oklahoma City Thunder at both ends of the floor.