Tony Parker has another teammate, but it's not the new guy the San Antonio Spurs are thinking about.
Spurs general manager R.C. Buford said Thursday night he didn't how well Parker was healing since the All-Star nearly lost his left eye two weeks ago. Parker was in a New York night club when a fight broke out involving Chris Brown and members of hip-hop star Drake's entourage - and Parker wound up with glass in his eye.
Parker's availability for the London Olympics is now in jeopardy, and the Spurs are concerned about their All-Star's future. Parker's cornea was scratched in the fight and says doctors had to remove a shard of glass that had penetrated ''99 percent'' of his eye.
After the Spurs picked Missouri guard Marcus Denmon with the 59th pick, Buford said he and coach Gregg Popovich won't know the extent of Parker's injury until he returns from Europe next week for an exam.
''I think you guys know our history, as an organization, Pop is going to put the health of our player...