Spurs great Tony Parker tells ESPN playing with Tim Duncan during Hall of Fame career was an 'honor'
Tony Parker says sharing a spot on the Spurs roster with Tim Duncan for 17 seasons as a member of the "Big Three" with Manu Ginobili was an "honor."
a website owned by ESPN, caught up with the four-time NBA Champion during the coronavirus pandemic. The Undefeated is the same website where Parker revealed his NBA retirement in June 2019.
In this week's interview, he revealed his personal experience with the virus after his in-laws contracted the disease overseas. He also shared some kudos for Duncan on making the Naismith Memorial Basketbal Hall of Fame.
"What a surprise, ha. For me, he’s the best power forward all time. He has the best winning percentage. Five titles. Everything he did in San Antonio was first-class," Parker told The Undefeatd. "So, for me, it was just an honor to play with him. It is great to have teammates like that to grow with and have all those battles. We will have those memories forever. Hopefully, it will happen in September. I will definitely be there to support him."
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