San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker recorded his highest field goals percentage in an NBA playoff game on Thursday against the Memphis Grizzlies, according to Twitter.

Parker had a great outing in Game 6 of the series against the Grizzlies, finishing the game with 27 points on 11-of-14 (78.6%) shooting from the field. The 34-year-old veteran also knocked down each of his four free throw attempts and had four assists on the night in 31 minutes of given action. It was his 219th postseason game with the Spurs.

Parker's performance was a big part in Spurs' 103-96 victory on the road in Game 6 against the Grizzlies.

The Spurs have clinched a 4-2 series win over the Grizzlies to reach the Western Conference semifinals. Next up for them will be the Houston Rockets, who defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 4-1 in the first-round.

That's not all

Tony Parker also became the second-oldest player during the shot-clock era to put up at least 25 points on 78 shooting percentage or higher from the field in a postseason clash, according to ESPN's Elias Sports Bureau.

The San Antonio Spurs guard entered Game 6 on Thursday against the Grizzlies with 34 years and 345 days on his back.

The record holds 1960 Rookie of the Year and former four-time NBA MVP Wilt Chamberlain. Chamberlain netted 26 points on an excellent 90 percent shooting from the field while 35 years old back in 1972.

Back then, Chamberlain's Los Angeles Lakers competed against the New York Knicks in Game 3 of that year's NBA Finals.

Not the same player

Veteran guard Tony Parker has taken his game to another level so far during this year's NBA playoffs compared to the regular season.

Parker has been averaging 16.3 points on a great 53.3 field goal percentage along with three assists this postseason.

During the regular season, the French guard of the San Antonio Spurs was posting 10.1 points and 4.5 assists per contest.

Can Parker keep up his great form?

2007 NBA Finals MVP Tony Parker could be up for a huge challenge in the Western Conference semifinals.

As mentioned above, the San Antonio Spurs will next be meeting the Rockets.

Houston's guard Patrick Beverley is a real deal on the defensive end, one of the best in that aspect of the game in the whole NBA. Should Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni decide to assert Beverley on Parker, that would without any doubt put Parker in a not so great position.

In three games played against the Rockets this season, Parker has been collecting 14.3 points on 53.3 shooting from the field. It remains to be seen whether the Frenchman continue his form, or will the Rockets find a solution to stop the Spurs guard.