By Lauren Brill

The Global Top 10 is your weekly guide to NBA global news. In this week's edition find out who nailed seven treys against the Hawks, who is helping their teammate make a case for the MVP Award and who is stepping up for Houston while Yao is out



Parker Potent at the Point



After being sidelined with a heel injury for nearly a month, Tony Parker appears to be back at full strength. On Sunday night the Spurs faced the Nets at the Meadowlands and the Frenchman faced a familiar foe, former Maverick turned Net Devin Harris. Parker proved to be too much to handle for Harris and the entire Nets squad as he neared a triple double with 25 points, eight rebounds and seven assists in the Spurs 93-83 victory, which marked their ninth consecutive win. To complete the notable performance, Parker nailed two clutch baskets down the stretch. After the game coach Gregg Popovich told the AP, "Tony Parker was really great running the team, changing up between shooting jumpers, getting to the bucket and distributing the ball. He did a fine job in that regard."

Photo: Parker Picks it Up in New Jersey