Tony Parker

#9 PG / San Antonio Spurs / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 33 College: No College

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INJURY ALERT: Out | Ankle | Out until at least Feb 18
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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Won't play Wednesday

    Parker (ankle) will not play Wednesday against the Magic, Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders reports. Parker was initially listed as questionable after tweaking his left ankle Tuesday against Miami, but he'll be held out Wednesday as the Spurs take the cautious route with the All-Star break looming. A replacement starter has not been announced, but it figures to be either Patty Mills or Ray McCallum.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Considered questionable Wednesday

    Parker (ankle) is considered questionable to play Wednesday against the Magic. Parker tweaked his left ankle in Tuesday's blowout win over the Heat, and he'll likely end up a game-time decision as the team monitors his status throughout the afternoon. With the All-Star break on tap, it wouldn't be a surprise if Parker is held out, but the Spurs have been a model of unpredictability when it comes to injury reports, so be sure to check back for a more definitive update prior to game time.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Pitches in 14 points in Saturday victory

    Parker pitched in 14 points (7-13 FG), four assists, two rebounds and a steal over 26 minutes in Friday's 106-102 victory over the Lakers. The 15-year veteran did his part to contribute to a surprisingly difficult victory, tallying his first double-digit scoring performance of February. Parker also shot 50 percent or better for the third straight game, but he remains one of the more inconsistent starting point guards in the league for fantasy purposes due to his generally modest playing time and frequent deference to others on offense.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Collects 13 points in Saturday loss

    Parker collected 13 points (5-10 FG, 3-4 FT), six assists and four rebounds over 24 minutes in Saturday's 117-103 loss to the Cavaliers. The 15-year veteran put together a second consecutive strong showing, including his third double-digit scoring performance over the last four contests. Although he seems to be good for the occasional single-digit scoring hiccup, Parker is still moving well and remains proficient at finding his teammates for scoring opportunities consistently. His numbers also enjoyed a bit of a resurgence in January, with Parker's 12.3 points per game representing an improvement over his 11.7 December figure, and his 5.1 assists per contest matching his total in that category the month prior. While his carefully-monitored minutes usually cap his upside for fantasy purposes, Parker remains a useful multi-category producer in season-long formats and a perennially cost-effective option in daily leagues.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Scores 15 points, dishes seven assists in 23 minutes

    Parker produced 15 points (7-13 FG, 1-1 FT), seven assists, three rebounds, and one steal in 23 minutes during the Spurs' 130-99 victory versus the Rockets on Wednesday. Parker had his highest point total in the last five games while dishing a solid seven assists. He still makes for a fairly reliable option in fantasy even though coach Gregg Popovich will rest him regularly to keep him fresh for the postseason, but Parker is no longer the must-start option he once was.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Scores five points in blowout loss to Warriors

    Parker contributed five points (2-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt), three assists, one rebound, and one steal across 18 minutes in Monday's 120-90 loss to the Warriors. Since posting 31- and 24-point efforts in back-to-back games against the Pistons and Cavaliers, respectively, Parker has regressed offensively in the last three games. It's largely attributable to a stark decline in his playing time, but Parker's averages of 5.7 points, four assists, 2.3 rebounds, and one steal in 21.7 minutes during that three-game span are still wretched any way you spin them.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Contributes 10 points in Friday return

    Parker (hip) contributed 10 points (5-11 FG), two assists and a rebound over 22 minutes in Friday's 108-95 victory over the Lakers. The veteran point guard looked ready to go after being held out of Thursday night's contest versus the Suns. It was a welcome bounce-back effort from Parker after he'd managed only two points before exiting with the injury against the Mavericks on Jan. 17, and marked his fourth double-digit scoring effort in January.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Will play Friday

    Parker (hip) will play Friday against the Lakers, Mike Trudell of ESPN Los Angeles reports. Parker did not play Thursday due to a hip injury, but the Spurs were likely being extra cautious with him because it was the front end of a back-to-back. Expect the veteran point guard to take on his normal workload in the San Antonio backcourt.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Expected to play Friday

    Parker (hip) is expected to play Friday against the Lakers, Jeff McDonaldof the San Antonio Express-News reports. Parker did not play Thursday in the Spurs 117-89 victory over the Suns, but is expected to suit up Friday. The Spurs likely did not want to play him both nights of a back-to-back in order to take it easy on his nagging hip. Expect confirmation on his status closer to tip-off.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Ruled out Thursday

    Parker (hip) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against Phoenix. Even with three full days off between games, Parker will sit out Thursday's contest against Phoenix after he left the Spurs' most recent game against the Mavericks due to soreness in his right hip. It's unclear whether the Spurs are picking their spots with his playing time given that Thursday is the front end of a back-to-back set, but he will not play against the Suns regardless. Look for Patty Mills and Kyle Anderson to absorb most of Parker's minutes Thursday.

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