For the supposed target of hulking, muscular men intent on inflicting enough physical contact to knock him down, Tony Parker left the AT&T Center on Wednesday looking remarkably unperturbed.

He sported no visible bandages, walked casually with no noticeable limp and generally appeared his usual dapper self. For the second game in a row, he'd run in front of, between and around the Utah Jazz, routinely finding the space to either get to the basket or find an open teammate.

And for the second game in a row, an exasperated Utah player lamented his team's inability to at least make Parker wince a few times.