After a brutal 2-7 road trip defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs weren't scaring anybody. Articles about Tim Duncan's decline were easy to find. The Spurs were too tired--and too old--to compete after two straight trips to the finals--that's a lot of basketball. San Antonio's sun was setting.
But on Sunday the Spurs saw a glimpse of their glorious, not-too-distant past--and his name is Tony Parker. For all the Spurs superstars--and the emergence of Kawhi Leonard as one of the NBA's super-elite--Tony Parker remains the engine who drives these Spurs. Here's the formula as goes Parker 2015: He's been hurt. That's been bad. Now he's not. That should be good. Parker had 32 on Sunday as the Spurs knocked off a very strong Chicago Bulls team 116-105 in San Antonio.
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