Jabari Parker

#33 SF / Sacramento Kings / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-8 Weight: 245 lb Age: 25 College: Duke
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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Strong showing in finale

    Jabari Parker provided 19 points (9-10 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 0-1 FT), eight rebounds and six assists in 29 minutes during Thursday's 136-122 win over the Lakers.Parker saved his best showing as a member of the Sacramento Kings for last. He had similar performances during the season, but that came as a member of the Hawks. Parker has a $6.5 million player option for next season, so he could be back with Sacramento.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Effective as substitute

    Jabari Parker notched 12 points (6-6 FG), four rebounds, one assist and one block in 14 minutes off the bench during Tuesday's win over the Pelicans.Parker has posted back-to-back 12-point performances off the bench while shooting a combined 10-for-15 from the field in those two games. The veteran is only seeing minutes off the bench now that the Sacramento Kings are eliminated, so he could be in line for another decent dose of minutes in Thursday's season finale against the Lakers.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Scores 12 in 12 minutes

    Jabari Parker provided 12 points (4-9 FG, 4-4 FT), four rebounds and two steals in 12 minutes during Sunday's 129-112 loss to the Rockets.Parker was aggressive offensively as per usual, putting together a very solid stat line considering the limited minutes. He has combined to play 21 minutes through his first three August appearances, but with the Sacramento Kings eliminated from playoff contention perhaps Parker will enjoy an increased role down the stretch.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Goes through full-contact practice

    Jabari Parker (illness) participated in full-contact two-on-two during Wednesday's practice, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.Parker went through non-contact practice Tuesday, so it seems like he's being eased back. All indications are that he'll be available for Sacramento's first game July 31 against San Antonio.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Goes through non-contact practice

    Jabari Parker (illness) went through non-contact portions of practice Tuesday, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.Parker arrived in Orlando on Sunday and his quarantine period has seemingly ended, though he didn't participate in the contact portions of practice. The Sacramento Kings' first game is July 31 against the Spurs, and it appears Parker will be available then, barring any setbacks.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Lands in Orlando

    Jabari Parker (illness) arrived in Orlando on Sunday and has begun his quarantine period, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.Parker tested positive for COVID-19 in late June and will now need to fully clear the league's quarantine protocol before returning to practice. In addition to completing a multi-day quarantine, he'll need to log two negative tests, each by a separate 24-hour period.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Not with team in Orlando yet

    Jabari Parker (illness) was not with the Sacramento Kings in Orlando as of Friday, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.Parker, who tested positive for COVID-19 in late June, must clear the league's protocol before joining the Kings. Sacramento's first game is July 31 against the Spurs.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: May have broken COVID protocol

    The Sacramento Kings are "gathering additional information" to determine if Jabari Parker broke NBA COVID-19 protocols Saturday while playing tennis, Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee reports.In addition to playing tennis, Parker was also seen at a Chicago restaurant recently. Parker is supposed to refrain from physical activity for a minimum of 14 days after testing positive, and the exact date that he tested positive is unclear. Anderson notes, "A player could test positive, get cleared to discontinue isolation, undergo cardiac screening and still have to wait a number of days to reach the 14-day mark before he can resume exercise training."

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Finishes in-house quarantine

    Jabari Parker (illness) has finished his in-house quarantine and was recently seen playing tennis while maintaining social distance, Ben Stinar of The Big Lead reports.Though Parker wasn't in the rotation for Sacramento prior to the season's suspension, his presence in the bubble is important in case anyone on the Sacramento Kings tests positive during the resumption. He's appeared in 33 games this season, averaging 14.7 points on 12.1 shots, 5.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.3 steals in 25.8 minutes.

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    Kings' Jabari Parker: Tests positive for COVID-19

    Jabari Parker announced Wednesday that he tested positive for COVID-19, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.Parker has quarantined himself in his Chicago residence and said that he's "feeling well" in his recovery. Camp for the resumption of the season in Orlando is set to open up in early July, so the 25-year-old still has some time to recover fully before it potentially impacts his availability for the season restart.