evatonymore.jpg Tony Parker counterfiled for divorce from Eva Longoria on November 19 in Texas, just two days after the Desperate Housewives actress filed her own papers in Los Angeles, California.

Longoria cited "irreconcilable differences" in her court documents, and Parker essentially listed the same reason, but with a few extra details, stating, "The marriage insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities between Petitioner and Respondent that destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationships and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation."

Longoria's papers mentioned a prenuptial agreement but Parker's state, "Petitioner believes Petitioner and Respondent will enter into an agreement for the division of their estate." Wait, they haven't already come to an agreement?

We knew Eva was asking for spousal support, and even though she's one of the highest paid television (she makes $400,000 per episode of Desperate Housewives), it looks like she wants a piece of Parker's four-year, $50 million NBA contract, which he just signed last month.

But if the cheating rumors are true, can you blame her?