Tony Parker

#9 PG / San Antonio Spurs / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 185 lb Age: 35 College: No College

Fantasy Points by Week

  • PROJ
  • FANTASY PTS
Own
39%
Start
14%
G Rank
73
  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Progressing in rehab

    Tony Parker (quad) is progressing in his rehabilitation and can now run on his injured left leg, Cody McCrary of MySanAntonio.com reports.Though Parker, who ruptured his left quad during Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals, is making strides with his rehab, he told Argentinian reporters that "it's still going to be another four or five months". With that in mind, it's still realistic at this point to hold onto the January return date that he's been targeting since late May.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Targeting return in January

    Tony Parker (quad) confirmed he's targeting a return in January, Tom Orsborn of San Antonio Express-News reports.Parker underwent surgery at the beginning of May to address a ruptured left quadriceps and was originally given an estimated timetable for a return of around eight months. This latest update from Parker himself confirms that original belief, as January would mark eight months since his surgery. That will keep Parker sidelined for at least the first few months of the season and with Patty Mills' future with the San Antonio Spurs unknown as he heads into free agency, Dejounte Murray could find himself in a much larger role to start the 2017-18 campaign. Of course, the Spurs will explore their own options in free agency as well, which could mean some additional bodies are brought on board in the backcourt. Look for Parker's status to be updated over the summer and into training camp, which should give us a better idea if he'll hit his desired return date at the start of January.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Facing eight-plus month recovery

    Tony Parker underwent surgery on his left quadriceps Friday and may require at least eight months to recover fully, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.The timeline is merely an estimate by Dr. Josh Bell, a San Antonio-area orthopedist. "If four to six months, you can usually return to some activity," said Bell. "But that's not basketball." With 16 seasons under his belt, Parker will likely follow a prudent approach during his rehabilitation, which seems as if it'll extend into the first two months of the 2017-18 campaign and potentially beyond. As the San Antonio Spurs continue their playoff push in the Western Conference semifinals against the Rockets, coach Greg Popovich gave rookie Dejounte Murray the first start in Parker's absence Friday, but Patty Mills is the prime candidate to pick up most of the run at point guard.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Will miss rest of postseason with ruptured quad

    Tony Parker's MRI on Thursday revealed he has a ruptured left quadriceps tendon and will miss the remainder of the playoffs.This was the expectation prior to the official results on the MRI, so the San Antonio Spurs will now have to attempt to make it back to the NBA Finals without their starting point guard. On top of missing the postseason, Parker remains without a timetable for his return, so it's unclear at this time how long the injury will keep him out beyond the end of the season. In his absence, look for Patty Mills to take his place as the starter and play a heavy dosage of minutes, with rookie Dejounte Murray likely entering the rotation to serve as his backup.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Expected to miss rest of playoffs

    Tony Parker (leg) is expected to have season-ending surgery and miss the remainder of the playoffs, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.While nothing is confirmed, as Parker is still undergoing an MRI on his left leg he injured in the fourth quarter of Game 2, the team is expecting the worst for their longtime starting point guard. San Antonio will likely have an official announcement following the conclusion of Parker's MRI, but with Parker's season likely done, Patty Mills would be in line to start at point guard and see a heavy dosage of minutes there for the remainder of the postseason, with rookie Dejounte Murray likely entering the rotation and serving as Mills' backup.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: MRI on tap Thursday

    The San Antonio Spurs officially labeled Tony Parker's injury as a left leg issue, and he'll undergo an MRI on Thursday, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.Parker put up 18 points in 26 minutes in the Spurs' Game 2 win over the Rockets, but the injury he suffered in the fourth quarter of the victory may be of greater significance for the duration of the series. The veteran point guard was unable to leave the court under his own power and wasn't putting any weight on his leg, suggesting that a long-term absence could be in store. The Spurs should update the extent and specificity of Parker's injury after the MRI results come in, but in the event that the Frenchman is sidelined for Game 3 and beyond, Patty Mills would likely settle into a larger role as the team's starting point guard. Rookie Dejounte Murray would also likely enter the rotation as Mills' primary backup.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Carried off with apparent knee injury

    Tony Parker required assistance off the floor after suffering a left knee injury in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Game 2 against the Rockets, Paul Garcia of Project San Antonio Spurs reports.Parker couldn't put weight on his left knee after falling to the floor in what appeared to be a non-contact injury early in the fourth quarter. The veteran point guard had been in the midst of a brilliant outing, during which he compiled 18 points (8-13 FG, 2-2 3PT), four assists, three rebounds and one steal in 26 minutes prior to his departure. It appears the injury could be fairly significant, so Parker shouldn't be expected to return to Game 2, and his availability for the rest of the series could also be in peril. Expect the Spurs to provide an official update on the extent of his injury along with a projected return timetable prior to Friday's Game 3. Patty Mills and Dejounte Murray would be thrust into larger roles should Parker's injury force him to miss additional time beyond Game 2.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Puts up 27 points to close out series

    Tony Parker scored a season-high 27 points (11-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four assists and two rebounds across 31 minutes Thursday in a 103-96 win over the Grizzlies in Game 6 of the series.Though Kawhi Leonard is the San Antonio Spurs' clear go-to player on offense these days, Parker has shown during the first round of the playoffs that his underwhelming regular season numbers weren't an accurate reflection of his talents. Aside from a scoreless effort in Game 3, Parker provided the Spurs with efficient complementary scoring throughout the series, averaging 16.3 points and 1.3 three-pointers in 27.2 minutes per game while shooting 52.6 percent from the field. He saved his best outing of the season for the closeout game and was nearly flawless in the first half, making six of his seven shot attempts. Parker should be primed to see an even larger share of minutes in what figures to be a more competitive series in the Western Conference semifinals against the Rockets.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Scoreless over 19 minutes in Game 3

    Tony Parker was held scoreless (0-4 FG) over 19 minutes during Thursday's 105-94 loss to the Grizzlies in Game 3 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series, producing just one rebound overall.The veteran point guard had served as an effective complementary scoring presence over the first two games of the series, averaging 16.5 points on 13 field-goal attempts and 53.8 percent shooting. Thursday proved to be the diametric opposite, as Parker was minimally involved in what was a fairly decisive loss and also saw a drop below 20 minutes for the first time in the series. This type of result was par for the course periodically for Parker during the regular season, however, so he could well bounce back with a much better outing in Game 4 on Saturday night.

  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Spurs' Tony Parker: Drops 18 points in 22 minutes Saturday

    Tony Parker provided 18 points (8-13 FG, 2-2 3Pt), two rebounds and two assists across 22 minutes during Saturday's 111-82 victory over the Grizzlies.Parker made easy work of opposing point guard Mike Conley in limited minutes, knocking down two three-pointers for just the second time all season on route to 18 points. Though his assist numbers leave something to be desired, fantasy owners likely got their money's worth if they started Parker, who is averaging just 10.1 points per game on 46.6 percent shooting on the season.