Tony Parker

Tony Parker signs with UCLA, reunites with his former AAU coach

Mon, 23 Apr 2012 16:57:04 -0700 When UCLA coach Ben Howland hired Korey McCray to fill an assistant coaching vacancy on his staff last spring, he was gambling that a Georgia-based AAU coach could use his connections to bring talent from the Peach State. Elite big man Tony Parker's commitment on Monday is validation that gamble may pay off. Parker, a 6-foot-9, 280-pound senior from Georgia's Miller Grove High School, selected …

Tony Parker signs with UCLA, gives Bruins another building block

Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:14:15 -0700 Tony Parker completed a successful off-season for UCLA after its unsuccessful regular season.

SLAM ONLINE | Tony Parker Commits to UCLA

Tony Parker, a 6-9 center from Miller Grover HS in Georgia, chose the Bruins over Duke, UGA, Kansas, Ohio State and Memphis. Parker averaged 16.6 points and 11 rebounds this past season, leading his school to four …

Tony Parker Commits To UCLA Basketball –

Remember when the UCLA Bruins basketball program was more or less in crisis, with fans calling for the head of Ben Howland? He's gone and answered his critics in superb fashion. He already had one of…


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  • Anonymous says:

    Who Are Your Winners For This Year’s NBA Awards? MVP: Tony Parker. The MVP award should be awarded to the player who helps his team win. Not about individual numbers. Parker has done that and more. he deserves the nod this year.
    Rookie Of The Year: Kyrie Irving. I saw this Kid place against the Knicks. He’s amazing. He brings life into the heart of the Cavs fans. The Cavs has got a bright future with this young man running the show.
    Sixth Man Of The Year: James Harden. NO player in the league can compete what Harden has done to help the Thunder win. He could be a Starting caliber player. But, he accepted the role of 1st man of the bench and has thrived in it.
    Most Improved Player: Andrew Bynum. Yes, He’s considered a Superstar. But, You can’t deny his improvement. He’s the Best Center now for Me.
    Defensive Player of the Year: Tyson Chandler. He brought that defensive mentality back to the Knicks. And, Has helped them win games. He deserves the award.

  • Anonymous says:

    Are Fans Ignorant When They Call The Spurs “Boring”? I don’t understand why people think they’re boring?
    Tony Parker is one of the most exciting PGs, and players in the league, and such an exciting player to watch. Manu Ginobli is an aggressive, crafty player who plays hard every night. I don’t understand how that’s boring.
    The way they execute is beautiful to watch. They play great team ball, and more times than not there execution is right on target, which results in consistent scoring ( what fans like). If I was a coach I’d show my players tapes of how the Spurs execute.

    They’re deep which means whoever comes in will give you scoring and production, compared to some teams who lack depth, and their bench players are scrubs. They play hard every night.

    I just don’t understand why fans these days, and people who love basketball call them boring. If you really love great basketball, I don’t understand how you can call the Spurs boring. Just doesn’t make sense.

  • NBA: Why Is Tony Parker Never Mentioned Among The Best PGs In The League? He’s like the only player to get a video game cover that isn’t widely popular, to this day. lol I’m a Lakers fan but I’ve always respected the Spurs and their big 3.

    • Curator says:

      Because he plays for the Spurs and they get almost no media attention ever. You never hear Duncan mentioned and he is arguably the best PF ever. Parker is great and him playing at this high of a level at his age is amazing.

      Parker is mentioned a lot if you stop watching ESPN though. There is tremendous respect and admiration for that guy in other national media sources related to the NBA that aren’t ESPN with their model of beating the same 10 players into the heads of viewers constantly.

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