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Topic - Tony Parker
The Houston Rockets needed one win in their last two games or a loss by Portland on Wednesday to secure home-court advantage in their first-round playoff series against the Trail Blazers.
On the list of free agents available last summer, Marco Belinelli's name certainly didn't stand out.
The San Antonio Spurs have said their goal this season was not to have the league's best record.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will play Friday night against the Phoenix Suns after missing the previous two games with a back injury.
Patty Mills is a shooter no matter when he goes into the game.
Throughout the San Antonio Spurs' 19-game winning streak, coach Gregg Popovich was practically begging for his team to lose to help them re-focus as the playoffs approached.
The San Antonio Spurs have maintained that records and winning streaks do not matter as much as staying healthy and becoming consistent on offense and defense.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker was forced to leave with back spasms late in the first quarter against the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday night.
The San Antonio Spurs continue to win big and to rest players, and the limited minutes are starting to show in the revival of Tim Duncan's game.
Gregg Popovich may be the only guy who can stop San Antonio right now.
San Antonio is steamrolling its way into the playoffs. Indiana can't even figure out what's wrong.
Brett Brown and the young Philadelphia 76ers are closing in on some dubious NBA history.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker sat out the team's game Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers with a sore left Achilles.
No matter the lineup or location, the San Antonio Spurs are rolling through the NBA again this spring, just the way they have for most of the last two decades.
Although his San Antonio Spurs have the NBA's best record and the longest active winning streak after four weeks of unbeaten basketball, coach Gregg Popovich can always find areas of imperfection.
"We definitely did what we wanted to do," Parker said. "We were able to play everybody - no injuries - and we got a good sweat out of it. We did some good stuff and Houston got the win at the end."
"I was just trying to be aggressive," Parker said. "We were down 13; so I just tried to bring some energy to the team. It was a back-to-back for everybody. And I had four or five days off, so I was just trying to bring energy."