It's official. The story of San Antonio Spurs legend Tony Parker is now officially streaming on Netflix.
'Tony Parker: The Final Shot,' is a documentary that dives into Parker’s early years as a prodigy playing in the French youth leagues to his rise as the four-time NBA champion point guard for the San Antonio Spurs.
“From a very early age, I knew what I wanted,” Parker said in the documentary. “They thought I was too small and too skinny. But one thing they couldn’t beat me on was on a mental level.”
Filmmakers interviewed several people for the documentary including Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich, Manu Ginobili, and other Spurs players and French athletes. Viewers will also see Kobe Bryant who made an appearance on the Netflix documentary. Here is a clip of what Kobe Bryant said on his documentary:
“I’m Kobe Bryant & I’ve played against Tony for years. Years and years and years and years. He’s responsible for me not winning more championships”
The film essentially starts at the end of Parker’s run with the Spurs when Parker signed with the Charlotte Hornets in 2019 after 17 years and four championships with San Antonio.