Parsons (knee) will miss the final four games of the regular season, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports. Parsons had already been ruled out for Friday's game against the Kings, but now that he is set to undergo knee injections this week to help with the lingering knee soreness, he'll officially be done for the season. It was yet another injury-plagued season for Parsons, who has now only played in 70 games over the last two years with the Grizzlies and is averaging under 20 minutes per game in those contests. If Parsons is ever going to be a productive NBA talent again, getting healthy is going to have to be his number one priority.
Parsons (knee) is out for Friday's contest against the Kings. Parsons will miss a fourth straight contest as a result of left knee soreness. Following Friday, the team will only have three games remaining for Parsons to take part in. The first of which is Sunday, when the Grizzlies face off against the Pistons.
Parsons (knee) has been ruled out for Wednesday's contest against the Pelicans. Parsons will get the night off to nurse soreness in both knees after being rested the past two games. With Parsons sidelined, look for Dillon Brooks, Ben McLemore, and Jarell Martin to all continue to see an uptick in minutes.
Parsons will be rested for Sunday's game against Portland. This will be the second straight game that Parsons has rested for. Look for Dillon Brooks, Ben McLemore, and Jarell Martin to see some extra minutes while Parsons is out. Parson's next chance to play will be on Wednesday against New Orleans.
Parsons will be rested for Friday's game against Utah. The Grizzlies will continue to be cautious with Parsons' workload, given both their place in the standings, as well as Parsons' medical history. The 29-year-old, who played a combined 37 minutes over the team's last two games, could return to action Sunday in Portland.
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