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[post_page_title]Tony Parker[/post_page_title]
Talk about a player that is important for a dynasty. Tony Parker has been one of the focal points of the Spurs foundational success for nearly the last 20 years, helping Duncan and the rest of his team win four championships, not counting their NBA Finals appearances when they lost. This stellar point guard was drafted at number 28 in the 2001 draft, much later than he needed to be, when you consider that he eventually would be a six-time All Star and three time All NBA second team member as well. As a nice cherry on top, he won Finals MVP for one of the titles he won with the Spurs.

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