With both Chandler Parsons and Bradley Beal finishing the USA Basketball Mini-Camp, let’s take a look at the future of the non-big men Gators in the NBA. Both were obviously chosen for this camp because of their bright future in … Continue reading →
James Harden and Chandler Parsons, Houston's top two scorers, will sit out Monday night against Orlando.
Harden, the NBA's fifth-leading scorer (26 points per game), will miss his second straight game with a sore right foot, an injury stemming from a sprained right ankle he sustained in a Feb. 12 game against Golden State. Harden said after getting treatment on his foot...
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April 01, 2013
Former Gators baller Chandler Parsons added some fuel to the Florida vs FGCU fire with a tweet on Monday night.
To Billy Donovan’s relief, this team doesn’t have the same road woes as the 2007-08 team. Yes, the Gators are 0-4 in true road games this year. But unlike a freshman class that included Chandler Parsons, Alex Tyus and Nick Calathes four years ago, these players have a better work ethic and understanding of what they need to do to improve.
The timing of the Florida Citrus Shootout at Amway Center worked perfectly for Chandler Parsons. The game in his hometown of Orlando came just two days after the NBA and its players union settled their labor dispute, meaning the reigning Southeastern Conference Player of the Year had a chance to check in Monday night with some old friends before undertaking his next basketball challenge.
This just in. Chandler Parsons has decided to leave Cholet Basket, tweeting just about an hour ago, “Thank you to Cholet for the opportunity to play during the lockout. It was a great experience that I’ll never forget. Back home tomorrow!”
In three LNB games with Cholet, the Houston Rockets draft pick out of the University of Florida, Parsons managed averages of 10.0 points...