TONY PARKER, SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR
Tony Parker may be past his prime, but that doesn’t mean he’s got nothing left to contribute. If that were the case, he would have happily re-signed with the San Antonio Spurs and accepted a modest role off the bench. Seeing as how Parker was willing to leave the team he’d been with for 17 seasons and join the Charlotte Hornets for a chance at more playing time, it’s clear the French floor general believes he can still be relatively productive. Does he have enough left in the tank to make a push for Sixth Man of the Year next season? Time will tell, but stranger things have happened.