2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
22-24, 2nd in Southeast
Monk fakes pass, converts and-1 (0:21)
Bridges throws down alley-oop slam (0:15)
Kemba goes off for 21 in victory over Suns (1:29)
Monk & Bridges connect for emphatic oop (0:15)
Bridges absorbs contact and finishes tough lay-in (0:15)
Biyombo gets up for powerful slam (0:19)
Bridges takes flight on monster dunk (0:23)
Kemba scores 23 in win vs. Kings (1:52)
Bridges takes flight on monster dunk (0:18)
Walker uses fake behind-the-back pass on bucket (0:15)
Walker hits floater to beat halftime buzzer (0:26)
Parker shoves defenders into each other to score (0:16)
Parker calls return to San Antonio 'emotionally draining' (1:09)
SVP acknowledges Parker's special return to San Antonio (1:11)
Parker comes back out for final ovation (1:26)
Williams hits buzzer-beater to end 3rd quarter (0:20)
Bridges slams dunk in transition (0:22)
Parker greeted with chants in return to San Antonio (1:01)
Hernangomez hangs on rim after dunk (0:18)
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Parker thanks Spurs fans for 'a great memory'

Tony Parker took the court amid chants of "To-ny, To-ny, To-ny" in his first return to San Antonio since leaving for Charlotte. He later applauded the fans. "It was a great memory for me that I will cherish for the rest of my life," he said.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

James Borrego on Tony Parker's resilience: "Chasing championship after championship, I think people were always pointing at Tony as the reason why maybe we didn't get it done, or that we could do better than Tony Parker. But every year he kept coming back, and getting better and proving to people that he was the right point guard for San Antonio. And he never wavered from that. He never doubted himself. He just kept coming back and proving it. I think he credits Pop a lot for pushing him to being the player he is today. He's doing the same thing with these young guys. He's taking on that role, and taking everything he learned in San Antonio, and what he's been for the Spurs, and he's applying it now to Charlotte. And these guys are feeling it. I'm happy for him. I think he's in a role where he's helping us on the floor when he's off the floor. To me, that brings great purpose to who you are. There's nothing like helping somebody else. For a long time in San Antonio, Tony was just worried about his job. And he couldn't really see the mentorship role. But I think he's finding great fulfillment now in helping on the court, but also mentoring and helping these young guys grow and get better."

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.213th
Rebounds Per Game44.818th
Assists Per Game23.818th
Points Allowed111.718th

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