Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs have had a fantastic season to date. Entering Wednesday’s game vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder, the club has amassed an impressive 46-10 record. While many observers thought the team’s best days were behind them, the four-time NBA Champions have played nothing short of brilliant basketball. Parker, a three-time champion and three-time All-Star, is having yet another great statistical season. The point guard is averaging 17.4 PPG and 6.7 APG in 2010-2011, both tallies are above his career average. This first half effort should have earned Parker an All-Star berth, but unfortunately he was not selected to the team. Parker still took part in All-Star Weekend, including a stop at the NBA Jam Session to sign autographs for fans.