Ranking Tony Parker's 5 Most Dangerous Offensive Moves

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Ranking Tony Parker's 5 Most Dangerous Offensive Moves
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Despite losing to the Miami Heat in the 2013 NBA Finals in heartbreaking fashion, the San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker is still an offensive beast.

The All-NBA Second Team guard had a career year this season, posting his most offensive win shares (7.1) and highest free-throw percentage (84.5 percent) of his career. Parker was also the only player since 2009 not named LeBron James to average 20 points per game and 7 assists per game while shooting over 50 percent from the field.

To get to the level he is currently at on the offensive end, Parker has developed five specific go-to moves that make him unguardable at times.

While statistics on each of the moves are not available, I will be ranking Parker's moves on the criteria of how often he seems to use the move combined with how successful the move usually is. Shooting statistics from different parts of the court are available from Vorped, and will be used as support.

I have watched part or all of every Spurs regular season and postseason game this season, along with over 30 minutes of Parker's season highlights, so the ranking will be based mainly on what I saw from Parker this season.

Honorable mention moves: Corner Three-Point Shot, Skip Pass for an Open Corner Three

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