But not Hill, according to Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express-News:
“I’ve heard that (stuff),” Hill said, “but I don’t think a player like Tony Parker, a guy who has helped this team win and has championships under his belt, can ever be considered expendable.”
While many in San Antonio believe Hill is ready to take the reins at point guard, after starting all playoff games and several regular season games, I think he could use more seasoning and more time with Parker might be beneficial, not to mention something Hill wants as well.
“Right now I don’t pay any attention to it. ‘TP’ is my teammate, and that’s all I’m riding with. Hopefully, I still get to play alongside him next year in that 1-2 combo situation.”
Monroe also noted that Spurs assistant Chad Forcier has been working with Hill on developing a teardrop shot similar to Parker’s. It’ll be interesting to see the teardrop in action even when Parker does head to the bench next season.