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Tony Parker scores 15 consecutive points against Bulls

Tony Parker looked dominant for the first time this season.

Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Tony Parker has been looking better and better lately. In the two games before Sunday's match against the Bulls, he had 19 and 24 points, building up to his 32-point explosion. For a stretch in the third quarter he was the Spurs' offense, scoring 15 straight points.

He scored at the rim and from mid-range, showing off how hard to stop he is when he's in rhythm. That stretch probably has the rest of the Western Conference shivering. Parker is finally healthy and confident in his abilities again and that makes the Spurs much more dangerous. Welcome back, TP!