Spurs point guard, Tony Parker, received a death threat during Sunday’s Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Memphis Grizzlies and had to be escorted home though it appeared the threat posed “no immediate danger.”
According to Alex Navarro, KSAT.com:
Sunday night, someone called 911 with about five minutes left in the game and made a threat against Tony Parker.
The information was passed on to the sheriff’s office, who handles security at the AT&T Center.
Security was increased immediately, but it was determined there was no immediate danger.
Parker was escorted to his home by deputies, just to be safe.