HoopsHype Tony Parker rumors

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Tony Parker tied the knot with fiancée Axelle Francine at a ceremony in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday, a source tells PEOPLE. The 32-year-old San Antonio Spurs point guard and his French journalist bride – who have been dating since 2011 – welcomed their first child, Josh, in April. People

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“I’m very happy and I want to play for the Spurs my whole career and be a Spur for life,” Parker, who will be 36 upon the expiration of his extended deal, told the Express-News. “I love San Antonio and want to live here when my career is over. I love the city, I love the people and our great fans. I couldn’t be happier.” San Antonio Express-News

Marc Stein: For those asking why Tony Parker did NOT get a no-trade clause in his new deal, it's because no-trade clauses can't be added to extensions. This is Tony Parker's third successive extension w/Spurs. Third successive time, in other words, San Antonio has kept him off open market. All six NBA players who have full no-trade clauses had to opt out and get to the open market to get them: Kobe, Duncan, Dirk, KG, Wade, Melo. Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

San Antonio Spurs All-Star guard Tony Parker has signed a three-year contract extension worth $43.3 million, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Parker will earn $12.5 million in the 2014-15 season, and his extension will start in the 2015-16 season. He will make $13.4 million, $14.4 million and $15.4 million during the extension, a league source said. Parker, 32, played a pivotal role in the Spurs' fifth championship this season. He averaged 16.7 points a game for the Spurs, with whom he's played his 13-year NBA career. Parker has been an All-Star six times. Yahoo! Sports

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According to Parker, he’s had conversations with Gasol about joining the Spurs, and even if Gasol didn’t choose San Antonio, it wouldn’t be an issue amongst their friendship. “I’ve talked to Pau (Gasol) and I said I would love to play with him someday. Luckily, you have many options to play. Lakers are a great choice, but everyone wants to play with Pau, because it is one of the best players in the world, “he replied when asked about a possible interest in hiring the Catalan Spurs player. “If you choose not to play with us (Spurs), will continue to be my friend and dinner with a glass of good wine,” he added. ProjectSpurs.com

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San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live this past week, where the two discussed Parker’s famous memorabilia collection. While many NBA athletes collect shoes and uniforms from their counterparts, Parker is more of a film buff, and instead opts for pop culture-related items like a life-size Hulk figurine. Of course, no collection of iconic movie props is complete without a DeLorean replica from Back to the Future. Even more impressive than just owing the car is the fact that Parker actually drives his to practice — this despite the verbal abuse he receives from teammates. SI.com

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