Oh, he's crafty.
During the second quarter of Thursday’s heavyweight matchup between his San Antonio Spurs and the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers, Tony Parker weaved into the paint and finished an acrobatic reverse layup.
The Frenchman backed down Matthew Dellavedova before side-stepping Timofey Mozgov. Once he got an inch of space, Parker looped in and kissed it off the glass.
The tough bucket cut Cleveland’s lead to 43-36 with five minutes and 33 seconds to go in the first half.