Daily Dose: Tony Parker for Threeeeeeee

By Jay Desai

Spoiler alert! We have an awesome analysis coming out today on Tony Parker’s hot shooting night against the Dallas Mavericks! Since we have that piece scheduled out for later today (it’s dropping at 1 p.m. FYI), we thought it we would make the theme Tony Parker for today’s edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose!

We have some cool highlights and awesome facts headed your way now! Let’s get it started shall we?

Our first piece or pieces are Tony Parker highlights! Parker went 4-of-4 from behind the arc in the win 101-100 win against the Dallas Mavericks for the first time since February 28th, 2004 against the Denver Nuggets. Tony’s final three in the Mavs game was the best of all four though, a clutch three with about a minute and a half left in the game that ended up being the game winner.

With that clutch three by Tony Parker, we thought we’d share some more clutch three’s from his career! Check out the clips below and let us know what’s your favorite in the comments!

Our next piece we have for you on the daily dose is Gregg Popovich’s in-game interview from the San Antonio Spurs game against the Dallas Mavericks. It seems Pop is already in mid-season form based on his in-game interview from Wednesday!

Check out what we’re talking about here from G4NBAVideo’s YouTube channel!

Our final piece we have for you is a video of the San Antonio Spurs revealing their banner and handing out rings from Wednesday’s season opener. If you missed the ceremony, don’t fret we have you covered right here!

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Finally we do have some news on the daily dose to catch you up on.

It appears Kawhi Leonard is listed as probable for Friday’s game in Phoenix against the Suns according to head coach Gregg Popovich. Leonard has been out for about three weeks nursing an eye infection.  See what Pop had to say about the Leonard’s chances for Friday here!

That does it for today’s edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose! Make sure you join us here tomorrow, same time, same place!

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