Tony Parker Excites Fans, Promotes Growth Of Basketball In Japan At NBA Rakuten Event In Tokyo

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Former Spurs All-Star Tony Parker highlighted an NBA Rakuten game viewing event in Tokyo, giving Japanese fans a rare chance to come face-to-face with an NBA legend.
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