Parsons (knee) is set to miss at least two more weeks, Grind City Media reports. In what's unfortunately become a familiar refrain in recent years, Parsons is yet again having issues with his surgically repaired knee and will be reevaluated in two weeks. At this point, it's fair to question Parsons' long-term future in the NBA, but for the time being the Grizzlies and the veteran wing will continue to rehab with the goal of getting him back on the floor as soon as possible.
Parsons (knee) won't play Monday against the Jazz. Parsons is still being bothered by right knee soreness, so he'll be held out for Monday's contest. He should be a game-time decision Wednesday in Milwaukee.
Parsons (knee) is out Saturday against the 76ers. Parsons' injury woes have returned, and he's slated to miss his eighth straight contest Saturday. His next opportunity to play arrives Monday against the Jazz.
Parsons (knee) is expected to remain out for the Grizzlies' upcoming three-game road swing, Mike Giannotto of the Memphis News reports. It didn't take long for Parsons to once again experience issues with his knee, and while an MRI cleared him of any structural damage, it doesn't look as though the Grizzlies are expecting to get him back any time soon. Expect Parsons to miss the entirety of the three-game trip, which begins Friday and includes dates with the Jazz, Suns and Warriors.
Parsons (knee) is out for at least a week, Mark Giannotto of the Commercial Appeal reports. Parsons underwent a precautionary MRI. Structurally, things came back fine, but he's dealing with fluid build-up. He can be ruled out for the rest of October, and there's a chance Parsons doesn't see the court again until mid-November considering he's dealt with significant knee issues in the past.
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