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Tony’s out of the shop, so it’s time to Parker in the lineup!
If you haven’t heard, our favorite Frenchman, Tony Parker (22/2/5) returned Friday night as expected and played nicely. Old owners and new owners of TP rejoice! Phew…. Just in time…. Now let’s just hope Popovich doesn’t start to be a d!ck and bench all of our favorite Spurs down the stretch. If he does, you can’t blame me! I’ve been telling you to sell for two months now! Either way, those who have playoffs are in full playoff mode now. It’s that time of year where we are forced to make the toughest decisions of all, especially when your waiver adds are limited on a per week basis. The hecmanhoops crew will be available the rest of the way so don’t get your Superman underoos in a bunch. I’ll be coming out with a “prepare you for the first (or second) week of playoffs post” tomorrow. You will be enabled to make the best educated decisions of your lifetime, or at least for the next week in fantasy basketball. Until then, t
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Tony Parker might have been sandbagging a little.
It wasn't two weeks ago that Parker said his return a severely sprained ankle would be just before the playoffs, but Parker is active and listed as probable for Friday's game against Utah in San Antonio.
"He looked pretty good," Kawhi Leonard told the San Antonio Express News. "He said he doesn't feel...
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker returned to the team’s lineup last night against the Utah Jazz, after missing the last month-plus with a severe ankle sprain.Parker went through a full practice on Thursday and was considered probable to play Friday. He did suit up, playing 37 minutes for San Antonio while scoring 22 points, two rebounds and five assists.Despite the fact that...
Spurs guard Tony Parker is back from an ankle sprain and likely to play against the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
The All-Star has missed eight games since injuring his left ankle in a victory against Sacramento on March 1. His return comes about one week sooner than the Spurs originally estimated.
The Spurs listed their leading scorer as probable against the Jazz. The 30-year-old...
On this week's episode of the Spurscast, Project Spurs' Jose Grijalva and Mike Rehome of Air Alamo join me to talk a lot about Tony Parker.
We discuss his upcoming return that might be sooner than some people thought, but is it too soon? We also talk about what's been missing most from the San Antonio Spurs with Parker out of the lineup.
And with the regular season...
Tony Parker will be active and available for Friday’s home game vs the Jazz, returning earlier than expected. After injuring his ankle March 1st against the Sacramento Kings, Parker was estimated to miss about four weeks when an MRI revealed a left ankle sprain, but a return tonight would make it exactly three weeks the All-Star point guard has been sidelined. The Spurs, who...
With Tony Parker back, the San Antonio Spurs appear to be in much better shape as they continue their quest for the top seed in the Western Conference.
Parker has also been a big reason why the Spurs have an opportunity to wrap up their first four-game season sweep of the Houston Rockets since 2005-06 on Sunday night.
Following his eight-game absence because of a sprained left...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tony Parker had 22 points in his return from an eight-game absence, Tim Duncan added 19 points and 16 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs escaped with a 104-97 overtime victory against the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
Kawhi Leonard added 21 points, including five in overtime, and Danny Green had 15 points for San Antonio, which remains 2 games ahead of Oklahoma...
Tony Parker had 22 points in his return from an eight-game absence, Tim Duncan added 19 points and 16 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs escaped with a 104-97 overtime victory against the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
Kawhi Leonard added 21 points, including five in overtime, and Danny Green had 15 points for San Antonio, which remains 2 1/2 games ahead of Oklahoma City in the West...
After four quarters of basketball with the San Antonio Spurs and Utah Jazz all locked up at 90, Spurs guard Tony Parker, who returned from injury revealed when he felt his best, overtime.
"I felt like I never left the team," said Parker (22 points, 5 assists) of his play in overtime as he led his team to a 104-97 victory on Friday at the AT&T Center.
All-Star point guard Tony Parker is close to returning to the San Antonio Spurs' lineup.
The Western Conference leaders should be fine until then if Tim Duncan can continue one of his best stretches of the season.
San Antonio will try to sweep its four-game homestand on Friday night when the slumping Utah Jazz look to avoid their first eight-game road losing streak in eight...
The matchup of the game will be between San Antonio Spurs starting center Tiago Splitter and Utah Jazz starting center Al Jefferson.
This will mark the return of Tony Parker to the Spurs as he's been activated for the first time since his injury at the beginning of the month against Sacramento Kings. This will make this matchup even more intriguing as Parker was one of the...
The San Antonio Spurs (53-16) will visit the Houston Rockets (38-31) tonight in Houston in the team's final meeting this regular season.
The Spurs and Rockets have met three previous times with San Antonio holding a 3-0 lead in the regular season series. In their their more recent matchup, the Spurs won 122-116 in San Antonio. Tony Parker finished with 31 points and 10 assists...
With 1:23 remaining in the midst of a Tony Parker 10-0 run, Patrick Beverly of the Houston Rockets blocked a Danny Green layup where Green had a 3-on-2 advantage with Parker and Kawhi Leonard by his side (93-89). When the Rockets took the ball back to their side, the end result was a Chandler Parsons 3-pointer that cut the Spurs’ lead to one (93-92).
Parker would make two more...
The San Antonio Spurs (52-16) and the Utah Jazz (34-34) will face off tonight in San Antonio in what could be a possible first round playoff matchup preview with the Spurs sitting atop the Western Conference and the Jazz trailing the Lakers for the final playoff spot. It might also be the return of guard Tony Parker to the Spurs' lineup after dealing with a left ankle injury...