San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker joined Bill Simmons in an exclusive interview of the "B.S. Report."
Parker talks about being underrated in the league, which he shrugs off saying it's because he plays for the San Antonio Spurs. Parker also discusses the Western Conference Finals loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder and James Harden being traded. Needless to say he was quite happy Harden was gone from OKC.
TP also chimes in on playing for Gregg Popovich, how international players have influenced the team, and more. TP also reveals how close the Boston Celtics were going to draft him in the 2001 NBA draft until it fell apart at the last minute. Imagine, Boston could have had both Parker and Tim Duncan.
You can check out the video below.