|Apr. 21 2:32 PM PT3:32 PM MT4:32 PM CT5:32 PM ET21:32 GMT5:32 2:32 PM MST4:32 PM EST1:32 UAE (+1)23:3217:32 ET4:32 PM CT20:32 - Parker expects to be in the starting lineup for the San Antonio Spurs after rolling his ankle against the Los Angeles Clippers in the opener of their Western Conference playoff series.
Analysis: Parker injured himself early in Sunday's 107-92 loss and managed just 10 points on 4-of-11 shooting. The guard got some extra rest with two days off before Game 2 on Wednesday.
|Apr. 15 6:58 PM PT7:58 PM MT8:58 PM CT9:58 PM ET1:58 GMT9:58 6:58 PM MST8:58 PM EST5:58 UAE (+1)03:5821:58 ET8:58 PM CT0:58 - Parker had 23 points and six assists Wednesday night.
Analysis: Parker may be past his fantasy prime with averages of 14.2 points and 4.9 assists.
|Apr. 9 9:44 PM PT10:44 PM MT11:44 PM CT12:44 AM ET4:44 GMT12:44 9:44 PM MST11:44 PM EST8:44 UAE06:440:44 ET11:44 PM CT3:44 - Parker finished with 27 points on 13-of-18 shooting in a 110-98 home win over Houston on Wednesday.
Analysis: Parker had averaged just 5.3 points on 36.0 percent shooting over his previous four games.
|Mar. 13 10:37 PM PT11:37 PM MT12:37 AM CT1:37 AM ET5:37 GMT13:37 10:37 PM MST12:37 AM EST9:37 UAE06:371:37 ET11:37 PM CT4:37 - Parker continued his hot spell with 31 points Thursday against Cleveland.
Analysis: Parker has scored 27.5 points in his last four games, while shooting 61.0 percent from the floor.
|Mar. 8 8:08 PM PT9:08 PM MT10:08 PM CT11:08 PM ET3:08 GMT11:08 8:08 PM MST10:08 PM EST7:08 UAE (+1)04:0823:08 ET9:08 PM CT2:08 - Parker's struggles are in the past after scoring 32 points in Sunday's win over Chicago.
Analysis: In his last three games, he's averaged 25.0 points on 64.6 percent shooting.
|Feb. 28 9:38 PM PT10:38 PM MT11:38 PM CT12:38 AM ET5:38 GMT13:38 10:38 PM MST12:38 AM EST9:38 UAE06:380:38 ET11:38 PM CT4:38 - Parker began to break of his recent slump Friday night as he finished with 19 points, five rebounds and four assists.
Analysis: He made 3 of 21 shots over his previous three games so exercise caution with the aging Parker.
|Feb. 21 9:21 PM PT10:21 PM MT11:21 PM CT12:21 AM ET5:21 GMT13:21 10:21 PM MST12:21 AM EST9:21 UAE06:210:21 ET11:21 PM CT3:21 - Parker stunk it up Friday.
Analysis: Parker missed all four shots and had two points and six assists. He needs to shape up Monday against the Jazz.
|Feb. 20 10:47 PM PT11:47 PM MT12:47 AM CT1:47 AM ET6:47 GMT14:47 11:47 PM MST1:47 AM EST10:47 UAE07:471:47 ET12:47 AM CT4:47 - Parker had his first double-double of the season with 21 points and 13 assists.
Analysis: Parker has averaged 17.6 points on 49.3 percent shooting over his last five contests.
|Feb. 8 7:46 PM PT8:46 PM MT9:46 PM CT10:46 PM ET3:46 GMT11:46 8:46 PM MST10:46 PM EST7:46 UAE (+1)04:4622:46 ET9:46 PM CT1:46 - Parker was awful Sunday.
Analysis: Parker scored 10 points and handed out three assists, though he will look to bounce back Monday against the Pacers. He has a pathetic 10 assists in his last three games.
|Feb. 7 9:22 PM PT10:22 PM MT11:22 PM CT12:22 AM ET5:22 GMT13:22 10:22 PM MST12:22 AM EST9:22 UAE06:220:22 ET11:22 PM CT3:22 - Parker had 21 points as San Antonio beat the Miami Heat 98-85 on Friday night in their first meeting since the Spurs' dominating performance in the NBA Finals.
Analysis: It was the best scoring peformance for the point guard since he had 26 points in a win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Dec. 22. He averaged 11.3 points in his first 14 games back from a hamstring injury and had a combined 20 in his prior two contests.
|Jan. 20 8:30 PM PT9:30 PM MT10:30 PM CT11:30 PM ET4:30 GMT12:30 9:30 PM MST11:30 PM EST8:30 UAE05:3023:30 ET10:30 PM CT2:30 - Parker had 18 points and seven assists in Tuesday's win at Denver.
Analysis: Parker's 32 minutes were his most in his last nine games. It's become very difficult to count on him in fantasy because his usage is so unpredictable.
|Jan. 6 5:05 PM PT6:05 PM MT7:05 PM CT8:05 PM ET1:05 GMT9:05 6:05 PM MST8:05 PM EST5:05 UAE (+1)02:0520:05 ET7:05 PM CT23:05 - Parker will start against the Detroit Pistons, his third attempt to return from a strained left hamstring.
Analysis: Parker has missed 13 games total since initially suffering the injury Dec. 5 at Memphis. Parker has missed five straight games since aggravating the injury for a second time Dec. 25 against Oklahoma City. He initially attempted to return after three games, but returned to the sidelines. Parker says it's been frustrating and that he has to do some extra stretching and warming up to try to prevent the problem from coming back. The Spurs are 6-7 without Parker.
|Jan. 6 8:15 PM PT9:15 PM MT10:15 PM CT11:15 PM ET4:15 GMT12:15 9:15 PM MST11:15 PM EST8:15 UAE05:1523:15 ET10:15 PM CT2:15 - Parker started but played just 13 minutes Tuesday in a loss against the Detroit Pistons in his third attempt to get back on the court after straining his left hamstring.
Analysis: Parker had missed 13 games total since initially suffering the injury Dec. 5 at Memphis. Parker had missed five straight games since aggravating the injury for a second time Dec. 25 against Oklahoma City. Parker was 0-for-3 shooting and had just two assists, not playing in the second half, but he did not appear to aggravate the injury - great news for the defending NBA champion Spurs. The Pistons beat the Spurs 105-104 on a last-second shot.
|Dec. 26 6:29 PM PT7:29 PM MT8:29 PM CT9:29 PM ET2:29 GMT10:29 7:29 PM MST9:29 PM EST6:29 UAE (+1)03:2921:29 ET8:29 PM CT0:29 - Parker continues to nurse a nagging hamstring injury.
Analysis: Parker has missed 13 of the past 16 games. An extended rest wouldn't be too surprising since Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is known for resting his stars.
|Dec. 14 5:08 PM PT6:08 PM MT7:08 PM CT8:08 PM ET1:08 GMT9:08 6:08 PM MST8:08 PM EST5:08 UAE (+1)02:0820:08 ET7:08 PM CT23:08 - Parker returned Monday night and scored 26 points in a win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Analysis: Parker had been bothered by a hamstring injury.
|Nov. 29 9:20 PM PT10:20 PM MT11:20 PM CT12:20 AM ET5:20 GMT13:20 10:20 PM MST12:20 AM EST9:20 UAE06:200:20 ET11:20 PM CT3:20 - Parker had 27 points and eight assists in Friday's win over Sacramento.
Analysis: Parker has been on fire of late, averaging 24.5 points on 56.5 percent shooting over the last four games.
|Nov. 23 10:53 PM PT11:53 PM MT12:53 AM CT1:53 AM ET6:53 GMT14:53 11:53 PM MST1:53 AM EST10:53 UAE07:531:53 ET12:53 AM CT4:53 - Parker scored 22 on 9-of-18 shooting with seven assists in Saturday's win over the Nets.
Analysis: Parker simply continues to be productive with a 16.8 scoring average and 51.5 field-goal percentage.
|Nov. 18 9:14 PM PT10:14 PM MT11:14 PM CT12:14 AM ET5:14 GMT13:14 10:14 PM MST12:14 AM EST9:14 UAE06:140:14 ET11:14 PM CT3:14 - Parker logged 18 minutes Monday.
Analysis: Parker had five points and five assists against the hapless 76ers. Using him Monday was a major fantasy mistake.
|Nov. 16 9:21 PM PT10:21 PM MT11:21 PM CT12:21 AM ET5:21 GMT13:21 10:21 PM MST12:21 AM EST9:21 UAE06:210:21 ET11:21 PM CT3:21 - Parker had 11 points and six assists Saturday.
Analysis: Parker is a star who cares more about helping the Spurs win NBA championships than he does about piling up solid fantasy numbers. You should use him sparingly.
|Nov. 12 10:14 PM PT11:14 PM MT12:14 AM CT1:14 AM ET6:14 GMT14:14 11:14 PM MST1:14 AM EST10:14 UAE07:141:14 ET12:14 AM CT4:14 - Parker had 28 points on 11-of-17 shooting and seven assists as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors 113-100 on Tuesday night.
Analysis: The scoring effort matched a season high for the Spurs' point guard. He made 11 of 18 shots while scoring his 28 points in a loss to New Orleans on Saturday.
|Nov. 11 9:26 PM PT10:26 PM MT11:26 PM CT12:26 AM ET5:26 GMT13:26 10:26 PM MST12:26 AM EST9:26 UAE06:260:26 ET11:26 PM CT3:26 - Parker had trouble getting untracked Monday.
Analysis: Parker had 13 points on 3-of-13 shooting, though he was up against fellow superstar Chris Paul.
|Nov. 9 12:19 AM PT1:19 AM MT2:19 AM CT3:19 AM ET8:19 GMT16:19 1:19 AM MST3:19 AM EST12:19 UAE09:193:19 ET2:19 AM CT6:19 - Parker had a season-high 28 points on 11-of-18 shooting Saturday but San Antonio lost 100-99 to New Orleans.
Analysis: Parker had a season-low six points in a loss in Houston on Thursday. He's averaging 18.6 and shooting 55.1 percent in the first five games.
|Oct. 28 7:04 PM PT8:04 PM MT9:04 PM CT10:04 PM ET2:04 GMT10:04 7:04 PM MST9:04 PM EST6:04 UAE (+1)03:0422:04 ET8:04 PM CT0:04 - Parker had 23 points as San Antonio beat Dallas 101-100 in Tuesday's season opener.
Analysis: Parker shot 9 of 15, making all four 3-point attempts. He finished with three assists and three rebounds.
|Aug. 1 10:27 AM PT11:27 AM MT12:27 PM CT1:27 PM ET17:27 GMT1:27 10:27 AM MST12:27 PM EST21:27 UAE19:2713:27 ET12:27 PM CT16:27 - San Antonio announced an multi-year contract extension for Parker on Friday. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.
Analysis: Parker averaged 16.7 points and 5.7 assists in 29 minutes per game last season to help the Spurs to the franchise's fifth NBA title. Parker has spent all 13 seasons of his career in San Antonio and was due to make $12.5 million next season in the final year of his existing contract. But the Spurs made sure he will stick around longer than that, locking up the 32-year-old Parker, who is one of the elite point guards in the league.
WEEI's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price examine what direction the Patriots might take in the upcoming NFL draft and how the team will go about filing their needs, including replacing Darrelle Revis. Petraglia and Price also take a close look at the Patriots' 2015 schedule and what to expect this season.
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