Divorce may have ruined Tiger’s golf game for good, but it sure has been good so far for Tony Parker. The San Antonio Spurs point guard(?) is having one of his best, if not his best season with the Spurs, following the divorce filing by both him and his wife in Texas and California, respectively. The AP:
Parker is on a pace for perhaps his best season in his 10 years in the NBA, averaging 19.5 points and a career-best 7.8 assists. He’s had no drop-off since his split from “Desperate Housewives” star Eva Longoria, who filed for divorce in Los Angeles last week after three years of marriage.
Parker, 28, hasn’t spoken about the breakup aside from a few, clipped statements to a horde of reporters outside the Spurs’ locker room a week ago.
Tiger Woods should sit down and review Tony’s games. Even though there is no similarity between golf and basketball, surely there’s a lesson in there somewhere about how to win ball games after a messy sex texting divorce.