Top NBA Posts from Tony Parker, RJ Hampton and More

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Former San Antonio Spurs and Charlotte Hornets guard Tony Parker is retiring from professional basketball after 18 years in the NBA. Check out great artwork from an inspiring artist who put basketball movies in one picture while Dejounte Murray had a special surprise for his younger brother.

Parker announces retirement

The four-time NBA champion, six-time NBA All-Star, and 2007 NBA Finals MVP, Tony Parker, decided to retire from professional basketball at age 37. San Antonio Spurs legend had plans to play for another two seasons but felt now is the right time to say goodbye.

Hampton struggling with the slang

RJ Hampton, one of the top prospects in the country, decided to skip college and sign a professional contract with the New Zealand Breakers of the National Basketball League in Australia. Point guard is now learning local slang which is not the same as the one in America. 

Murray’s surprise

San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray’s surprised his little brother Nate with a special graduation present. Nate did not receive only a big hug from his big brother, but also got keys to a brand new 2019 Dodge Challenger.

Basketball Legends In Film

Malachi Wright is a clearly gifted artist and he impressed us with his piece called The Blacktop: Basketball Legends In Film, on which we can see famous players and actors in basketball-related movies. Some of them are Michael Jordan from “Space Jam”, Samuel L. Jackson in “Coach Carter”, and Ray Allen & Denzel Washington from Spike Lee’s “He Got Game”.

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