[September 23, 2013, Leloc, Switzerland] The 2013 Men’s European Championship ended successfully in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. In the top-and-bottom match, the French team scored 80 to 66 Defeated Lithuania and won the first European Championship in team history. The biggest hero to win the championship was Tony Parker, the captain of the French team and also the ambassador of Tissot. After the game, Tissot awarded the well-deserved hero the 2013 European Championship MVP trophy.
The overtime victory of the semi-final and the old rival Spain overwhelmed the French team with confidence and conviction. They firmly believed that this European Championship is the best opportunity for them to make history. The initiative of the game has always been in the hands of the French team. In the first half of the game, they led by 50 to 34. With the final whistle, the French team won the championship and dreamed of the European Championship.
Compared to the previous high-profile performance, Tony Parker’s performance of 12 points and 3 assists in the final was slightly flat, but this cannot hide his light in the entire European Championship. Tony Parker won the scoring championship with an average of 19 points per game. He even scored 32 points in the epic duel with Spain and led the team to victory.
As a global partner of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), Tissot is proud to present the brand’s image ambassador Tony Parker with a remarkable Tissot Tengzhi series watch to commemorate this historic moment.
Joining Tony Parker in the 2013 Euroleague’s best team are Bojan Bogdanovic of Croatia, Golan Dragic of Slovenia, Linas Kreza of Lithuania, and Spain Mark Gasol. All four stars were awarded Tissot watches with their names on the back of the watch to commemorate their wonderful performance in the European Championship.