The last time we saw Tony Parker in action, he was driving the lane in a meaningless All-Star Game. After a mentally and physically draining summer of basketball for the French point guard, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said Parker would be out for "for the foreseeable future" with "a variety of maladies."
Last Sunday Parker made his return after missing six games and did not miss a beat. He finished with 22 points and dished out seven assists as the Spurs defeated the Dallas Mavericks 112-106 on Sunday evening at the AT&T Center. Parker helped lead a balanced attack for San Antonio, who used the same efficient style they have used all season long to battle through various injuries to still have a shot to grab the top spot in the Western Conference from first place Oklahoma City.
The team continued to add to their NBA-best road record with a 122-101 rout of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena. Parker stuggled and finished with just seven points, but he was not need too much as San Antonio easily took care of business against one of the weaker teams in the Eastern Conference.no comments