PG Rank – #6
Position – PG | 6′ 2″, 185 lbs | San Antonio Spurs
Born – May 17, 1982 in Belgium
Drafted – 2001: 1st Rnd, 28th by SA
College – None
Experience – 14 years
Sports Unbiased Staff G.F.R. Analysis
Keith Rivas – Father Time has been pretty nice to the Spurs’ Tony Parker, but eventually it’s your time to say goodbye. Parker is nearing that point in his career where he’ll hang up the sneakers, but he’s not at that particular finish line just yet.
Rest assured he’ll go out with a bang
Ben Buchanan – With 14 years of NBA experience, Tony Parker finally looked like he took a small step back in the 2014-2015 season. Parker missed a large chunk of the 2014 season, though his skill should not be questioned, he still remains one of the best PGs in the game. He should come into the 2015 season playing as well as he did to close out the 14′ season.
Steve Turner – Despite all of the unfortunate injuries for Tony Parker, he’s been an established point guard that has done amazing things during his career. The Spurs and their fans love him as they should. He’s contributed so often for that team and that’s not done just yet. It’ll be exciting seeing a healthy Tony Parker in the Spurs starting rotation next season.
Sauping R. Arguello – The only reason Parker is ranked this low is due to age and mileage. The only four-time champion on this list is still highly effective in running one of the best offensive systems in the NBA. Injuries have caught up to Parker so his main emphasis should be on staying healthy and ready for the postseason but we all know coach Pop will be on top of that.