By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs.com
Christmas meals in the United States are more or less traditional. Turkey and Ham are big players on December 25th, but San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker took to the airwaves on RMC Sport.fr on Wednesday to discuss his Christmas, a big win over the Dallas Mavericks and playing on New Year's Eve among other things.
With two days off for Christmas, Parker said he spent time with his family and friends and instead of carving open a turkey, he opted for duck liver.
We had a good Christmas with family. The coach Pop '(Gregg Popovich, Spurs coach) gave us two days off, which is very rare in the NBA. I think he should be happy after the game against Dallas. It really is rare but it has been all enjoy and spend time with our families. It was a nice table in the French, with good food. There were my parents, my friends and it went well. We got a little fun with foie gras, wine, cheese. You let go a little over 48 hours. But I was reasonable.
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