3. Tony Parker, France
Until this year, he was the only Euro guard to make it to the All-Star Game. Flourished in San Antonio’s as a sidekick to Tim Duncan and kept winning big as a leader of the Spurs. With exceptional quickness, Parker got to the basket like few point guards in NBA history and developed a more consistent jump shot over time. His best basketball years are way behind him, though.
NBA stats: 15.8 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 18.3 PER in 17 seasons
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