The fans at the AT&T Center didn't hesitate to make their feelings known late in the game. As Tony Parker was putting the finishing touches on his third consecutive 30-point game — an unprecedented feat in his 11-season career — the reverberations of "MVP, MVP" began across the arena. Parker scored all 16 of his second-half points in the fourth quarter as the Spurs charged to a 122-111 victory over Orlando. Whether he will end up in the same breath as candidates like LeBron James, Kevin Durant will be determined by his play over the final 25 games of the regular season.
Could TP really be an MVP candidate?
San Antonio Express-News | Mar 15