Whether or not Tim Duncan or Manu Ginobili are able to return for Monday night's matchup with the Chicago Bulls, the San Antonio Spurs seem to be in good hands with Tony Parker running the show.
The red-hot point guard looks to help San Antonio earn a 13th victory in 14 games when it faces a Chicago team returning home after an up-and-down road trip.
Duncan has missed eight of the last 10 games nursing a sore left knee, while Ginobili has sat out four straight with tightness in his left hamstring. Coach Gregg Popovich has made clear he will not rush back two of his key players, and it's unknown if either will be able to play Monday.
Parker, though, shouldered the load once again Sunday, scoring 29 points and adding 11 assists in a 111-86 victory over Brooklyn - the third of a franchise-record nine straight road games.
He had 31 points and eight assists in each of the two previous games - including Friday's loss in Detroit that ended an 11-game winning streak - and is averaging 2...