Tony Parker Headlines

  • Tony Parker has 24 points, Hornets beat Pistons

    Most of the stars of the 2005 NBA Finals have been out of the league for several years. Tony Parker, though, is still beating the Detroit Pistons. On Sunday, he faced them for the first time as a member of the Hornets, but the results weren't any different. The 36-year-old scored 24 points in 28 minutes off the bench to lead visiting Charlotte to a 113-103 victory. "That's what Tony does. I'm just surprised that he never loses any of his speed and quickness," Detroit head coach Dwane Casey...

  • Playing time, mentoring have Hornets’ Malik Monk ‘maturing right before our eyes’

    Second-year guard Malik Monk is getting far more playing time and has had a couple of big games during this season so far, including a 20-point outburst against Miami Tuesday night in Charlotte’s 125-113 win.

  • Kyrie Irving leads Celtics over Pistons with season-high 31 points

    Kyrie Irving scored a season-high 31 points, Marcus Morris had 15 points and nine rebounds and the Celtics beat Detroit 108-105 in Boston on Tuesday night, handing the Pistons back-to-back losses after a 4-0 start. Jayson Tatum scored 16, Jaylen Brown had 14 and Al Horford 11 for Boston. Blake Griffin had 24 points and 15 rebounds for Detroit, which couldn't recover after scoring just 13 points in the third quarter. The Pistons chopped Boston's 14-point lead to a point with 4:21 left to play,...

  • Tony Parker's double-double lifts Hornets past Heat 125-113

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Before the season, Tony Parker told his new Hornets teammates, "Don't mess with my playoff streak." He wasn't kidding. "I was serious, because it means something," Parker said. "I feel like I'm a winner. I have won a lot in this league. And I think that ...
  • Raptors, Spurs both can claim trade victory

    The early returns are in, and we now have a winner from the summer blockbuster trade between San Antonio and Toronto. Both sides look victorious. Sometimes, trades really can benefit all parties involved - and this looks to be one of those. Kawhi Leonard looks healthy again and has been fantastic in his first three games with the unbeaten Raptors (4-0), averaging 25.7 points and nine rebounds per game. DeMar DeRozan is averaging 29.3 points and nine assists for the Spurs, with a career-high 14...

  • 5 NBA Players Who Will Regret Their 2018 Free-Agency Decisions

    NBA careers are short, and free agents lucky enough to control their destinies should organize their priorities however they want. Money, minutes or prestige are all fine goals, and we generally shouldn't get too critical of players' decisions...

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