Tony Parker

#9 PG / San Antonio Spurs / EXP: 17YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 36 College: None

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2%
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    Hornets' Tony Parker: Joining Charlotte

    Tony Parker agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets on Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.Parker will join Charlotte after spending the first 17 years of his career in a Spurs uniform under coach Gregg Popovich. The 2007 Finals MVP came off the bench just 13 times during his first 16 campaigns, but lost his starting gig to Dejounte Murray in January of last season. Though the 36-year-old is not the player he used to be, it comes as a surprise to see Parker and the Spurs part ways. With the Hornets, he'll presumably serve as Kemba Walker's backup and could see a similar workload to the 19.5 minutes he saw during 2017-18.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Surges with bench-high scoring total in Game 3

    Tony Parker poured in 16 points (6-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-5 FT) and added two assists, one rebound and one steal across 17 minutes during San Antonio's 110-97 loss to the Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.After a moribund first two games of the series in which he managed just two points apiece, Parker came alive in impressive fashion Thursday. His 12 shot attempts were easily a series high and his most since putting up the same amount on March 15. Parker also hit the 50.0 percent mark from the field for the first time in the three games against the Warriors, leading to a second-unit-high scoring total. He'll look to replicate his strong performance when the San Antonio Spurs try to salvage the series in Sunday's Game 4.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Scoreless over 16 minutes Wednesday

    Tony Parker was held scoreless (0-3 FG) in Wednesday's 122-112 overtime loss to the Lakers, recording just one assist and no other statistics over 16 minutes.Parker has been in an offensive funk for some time, as he's now been held scoreless twice and scored in single digits in nine other games since March 15. The veteran point guard has seen Dejounte Murray take definitive control of the starting job, while he's been relegated to minutes in the teens in nine consecutive contests. Given his minimal role, Parker holds next to no fantasy value as the regular season winds down, although the possibility that head coach Gregg Popovich expands his playing time in the postseason is certainly a possibility.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Efficient off bench Thursday

    Tony Parker supplied 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-3 FT), seven assists and one rebound across 18 minutes in Thursday's 110-107 loss to the Warriors.Parker's scoring and assist totals both led the San Antonio Spurs' second unit and represented a solid follow-up to his season-best 23-point performance against the Grizzlies on Monday. The 17-year veteran has now scored in double digits in five of the last seven, shooting a blistering 62.0 percent (31-for-50) in that quintet of contests. While his point totals do occasionally fall into the single digits, Parker sees a fairly reliable allotment of playing time whether on the first unit or off the bench, affording him the opportunity to make serviceable contributions in scoring and assists on the majority of nights.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Scores season-high 23 in Monday's win

    Tony Parker scored 23 points (10-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT) while adding four assists and a steal in 26 minutes off the bench during Monday's 100-98 win over the Grizzlies.The 35-year-old turned back the clock for at least one evening, leading the San Antonio Spurs in scoring while seeing his biggest workload since Jan. 5. Parker's minutes and production remain too erratic to count on him in most fantasy formats -- he was held scoreless in 14 minutes against the Cavs just three games ago -- but the savvy veteran still has a little bit of gas left in his tank.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Productive off bench in loss

    Tony Parker (back) tallied 17 points (7-11 FG, 3-4 FT), four assists, one rebound and one steal across 22 minutes in Tuesday's 117-109 loss to the Nuggets.Parker returned from a one-game absence and thrived, with his scoring total second only to Joffrey Lauvergne on the San Antonio Spurs for the night. The veteran point guard appears to have settled into his reserve role behind Dejounte Murray, as he's now posted double-digit scoring efforts in three of the past four games, and on six occasions over the last 11 contests overall. His minutes are typically maxing out in the low 20s these days, however, so his contributions are likely to fluctuate somewhat.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Will play Monday

    Tony Parker (back) will play Monday against the Jazz, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.Parker sat out of the San Antonio Spurs last game with a sore back, however he will be available to play Monday. Since January 2, Parker is averaging 7.6 points and 3.9 assists over 20.4 minutes.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Questionable for Monday

    Tony Parker (back) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Jazz.Parker was held out of Saturday's game against the Warriors as he nursed back tightness, but he will likely end up being a game-time decision Sunday. Expect an update on Parker after the team's shootaround in the morning, but his status likely won't be confirmed until pregame warmups. With Dejounte Murray (ankle) questionable as well, San Antonio could once again be light on point guard depth in Utah.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Out Saturday vs. Warriors

    Tony Parker is out for Saturday's game against the Warriors due to back tightness.With both Parker and Dejounte Murray (ankle) ruled out of the contest, Patty Mills is the most likely candidate to start at point guard Saturday, with Bryn Forbes expected to see extra minutes off the bench. Parker hasn't missed a game since Jan. 11 but the San Antonio Spurs have no problem giving the 35-year-old a game off every so often to address lingering injuries.

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    Spurs' Tony Parker: Cleared for back-to-backs

    Tony Parker has been cleared to play in back-to-back sets moving forward, Tom Orsborn of San Antonio Express-News reports.Coach Gregg Popovich announced earlier this week that Parker will come off the bench for the rest of the season, with the torch being passed on to youngster Dejounte Murray at point guard. However, he now indicated that Parker is set to play in back-to-backs moving forward, which is a very small boost to his overall value. Still, Parker is going to be playing fairly limited minutes as a reserve most nights, which restricts his overall upside and limits his utility to only those in deeper leagues. In the first two games he's come off the bench, Parker has averaged 13.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists across 19.0 minutes.

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