Ex-wife Eva Longoria is already cuddling with Eduardo Cruz, but Tony Parker admits he's had a hard time coping with the end of their marriage.
"[Divorce] was hard," Parker, 28, told French radio station Europe1. "Like anyone else, I've learned that life is full of experiences, and you learn from your mistakes and go on."
The San Antonio Spurs star went on to say that he's been using his time on the basketball court as an "escape." But Parker isn't throwing himself a pity party.
"I've been really lucky in life," he said. "I've got super family, friends – that's what's most important. When you look around with what's going on in the world – with sick children, people in real difficulties – I have no right to complain."
As Us Weekly was first to report, Longoria, 35, ended her relationship with Parker in November after discovering hundreds of inappropriate texts between Parker and another woman. Last week their divorce was finalized in Texas.