NBA Daily Dose: Parker Eclipses Suns
Is this the luckiest dude in the world? And no, I’m not talking about the cop back there who’s inching ever so close to Eva’s fine booty.
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So enough with this sentiment. Let’s get to some hardwood action.
On Thursday, Tony Parker enjoyed his finest scoring game of the season as the Spurs came through big time over the Suns. In today’s Daily Dose, we take a closer look at one of the luckiest dudes on the planet.
Eduardo Najera may return tonight; Trenton is having a Hassell with his new coach; Brent Barry’s back has allowed Michael Finley to suddenly be useful; and LeBron sure looked damned good for a guy playing on a knee that’s less than 100 per cent.