|Jan. 19 3:55 PM PT4:55 PM MT5:55 PM CT6:55 PM ET23:55 GMT7:55 4:55 PM MST6:55 PM EST3:55 UAE (+1)00:5518:55 ET5:55 PM CTNaN:� - The Spurs say Parker (left foot) will sit out the next two games, Saturday against Cleveland and Monday versus Brooklyn.
Analysis: Parker had been expected to return Saturday after missing Thursday's win over Denver, but apparently the injury is worse than originally believed. The Spurs might not mind being extra cautious after rookie Dejounte Murray started in his place and scored 24 points. Parker is averaging 15.3 points and 5.4 assists over his last 10 games.
|Jan. 17 7:43 PM PT8:43 PM MT9:43 PM CT10:43 PM ET3:43 GMT11:43 8:43 PM MST10:43 PM EST7:43 UAE (+1)04:4322:43 ET9:43 PM CTNaN:� - Parker had 14 points and five assists and the Spurs overcame a strong start by the Timberwolves for a 122-114 victory Tuesday night.
Analysis: Parker collected his 6,500th career assist, joining LeBron James as the only two active players with 6,500 assists and 18,000 points. John Stockton, Isiah Thomas, Gary Payton and Oscar Robertson are the only other players to reach those milestones.
|Jan. 12 7:38 PM PT8:38 PM MT9:38 PM CT10:38 PM ET3:38 GMT11:38 8:38 PM MST10:38 PM EST7:38 UAE (+1)04:3822:38 ET9:38 PM CTNaN:� - Park only played 21:19 in Thursday's rout of the Lakers but still managed 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting and six assists.
Analysis: He's totaled 27 points on 13-of-25 shooting and 13 assists in two games since a two-point, 1 of 8 dud against Charlotte on Jan. 7. Parker appeared in his 1,110th game to move past Rasheed Wallace for 59th place on the all-time list.
|Jan. 10 8:14 PM PT9:14 PM MT10:14 PM CT11:14 PM ET4:14 GMT12:14 9:14 PM MST11:14 PM EST8:14 UAE05:1423:14 ET10:14 PM CTNaN:� - Parker had an improved effort with 14 points on 7-of-15 shooting with seven assists in Tuesday's loss to Milwaukee.
Analysis: Parker matched a season low with two points and shot 1 of 8 Saturday against Charlotte. That performance, though, has been the outlier lately for Parker, who has averaged 18.3 points on 59.5 percent from the field in his last six games, excluding the two-point dud.
|Jan. 5 8:47 PM PT9:47 PM MT10:47 PM CT11:47 PM ET4:47 GMT12:47 9:47 PM MST11:47 PM EST8:47 UAE05:4723:47 ET10:47 PM CTNaN:� - Parker continued his upswing with 21 points on 10-of-11 shooting and a season-high nine assists in Thursday's win at Denver.
Analysis: In his last five games, the savvy veteran is averaging 19.2 points on 62.3 percent shooting (43 of 69) and 6.2 assists. He averaged 10.2 points on 45.2 percent and 4.4 assists in his first 23 games.
|Dec. 28 7:50 PM PT8:50 PM MT9:50 PM CT10:50 PM ET3:50 GMT11:50 8:50 PM MST10:50 PM EST7:50 UAE (+1)04:5022:50 ET9:50 PM CTNaN:� - Parker turned back the clock in Wednesday's win over Phoenix, matching a season high with 20 points while hitting 10 of 16 field goal attempts.
Analysis: Though the 34-year-old's season averages haven't been an asset to fantasy teams, Parker has put up 33 points over his last two games. He continues to play between 24-28 minutes per game, though, which limits his upside.
|Dec. 25 4:12 PM PT5:12 PM MT6:12 PM CT7:12 PM ET0:12 GMT8:12 5:12 PM MST7:12 PM EST4:12 UAE (+1)01:1219:12 ET6:12 PM CTNaN:� - Parker had 13 points and a season-high eight assists Sunday.
Analysis: Maybe a night off benefited Parker, who was rested Friday on the back end of a back-to-back. He might not be getting a game off anytime soon considering the Spurs don't play on consecutive days again until Jan. 23-24.
|Dec. 23 6:23 AM PT7:23 AM MT8:23 AM CT9:23 AM ET14:23 GMT22:23 7:23 AM MST9:23 AM EST18:23 UAE15:239:23 ET8:23 AM CTNaN:� - Parker has been ruled out for Friday's game.
Analysis: The Spurs are up to their usual tricks, resting Parker for this contest.
|Dec. 5 7:58 PM PT8:58 PM MT9:58 PM CT10:58 PM ET3:58 GMT11:58 8:58 PM MST10:58 PM EST7:58 UAE (+1)04:5822:58 ET9:58 PM CTNaN:� - Parker had eight points and five assists in Thursday's loss at Chicago after missing Tuesday's game with a bruised left knee.
Analysis: Parker played 24:17 and the Spurs clearly are going to handle the veteran very carefully considering his injury history and importance to the team.
|Nov. 26 5:53 PM PT6:53 PM MT7:53 PM CT8:53 PM ET1:53 GMT9:53 6:53 PM MST8:53 PM EST5:53 UAE (+1)02:5320:53 ET7:53 PM CTNaN:� - Parker scored 20 and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Washington Wizards 112-100 on Saturday night for their ninth straight victory.
Analysis: This is a season high for Parker, who is averaging 10.3 points.
|Nov. 22 9:10 AM PT10:10 AM MT11:10 AM CT12:10 PM ET17:10 GMT1:10 10:10 AM MST12:10 PM EST21:10 UAE18:1012:10 ET11:10 AM CTNaN:� - Parker returned for Wednesday's game at Charlotte after sitting out Monday with a sore knee.
Analysis: The 34-year-old Parker will likely gets games off to rest from time to time to further heal a sore knee that bothered him earlier this season.
|Nov. 21 3:50 PM PT4:50 PM MT5:50 PM CT6:50 PM ET23:50 GMT7:50 4:50 PM MST6:50 PM EST3:50 UAE (+1)00:5018:50 ET5:50 PM CTNaN:� - Parker and LaMarcus Aldridge will both be rested for the Spurs' game against Dallas on Monday.
Analysis: Patty Mills will handle point guard duties with the 34-year-old Parker getting a breather and a chance to further heal a sore knee that bothered him earlier this season.
|Nov. 17 5:40 AM PT6:40 AM MT7:40 AM CT8:40 AM ET13:40 GMT21:40 6:40 AM MST8:40 AM EST17:40 UAE14:408:40 ET7:40 AM CTNaN:� - Parker had 14 points and a season-high seven assists Wednesday.
Analysis: Parker has missed some time due to a sore knee, but he's played in four straight games and is averaging 13.7 points and 5.3 assists in the past three while shooting 58.6 percent.
|Nov. 3 12:59 PM PT1:59 PM MT2:59 PM CT3:59 PM ET19:59 GMT3:59 12:59 PM MST2:59 PM EST23:59 UAE20:5915:59 ET1:59 PM CTNaN:� - The Spurs will have Parker back for Friday's game against Detroit.
Analysis: The aging point guard had been held out of the last three games with a sore right knee that's also affected his performance on the court. Parker enters the matchup averaging just 5.5 points while shooting 33.3 percent in four games this season.
|Oct. 29 3:24 PM PT4:24 PM MT5:24 PM CT6:24 PM ET22:24 GMT6:24 3:24 PM MST5:24 PM EST2:24 UAE (+1)00:2418:24 ET5:24 PM CTNaN:� - Parker and Manu Ginobili will both sit out Saturday night's home opener against New Orleans for rest.
Analysis: It's only their third game of the season, but Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is not a fan of the congested early schedule. ''Everybody goes through this,'' Popovich said. ''This is our third game in five nights. Tomorrow's is going to be four games in six nights. It's ridiculous. (New Orleans) played at 8:30 last night and they have to play a back-to-back tonight. Seems like you could figure that out.'' Parker is averaging 6.5 points and 25.9 minutes through two games.
|Oct. 28 9:50 AM PT10:50 AM MT11:50 AM CT12:50 PM ET16:50 GMT0:50 9:50 AM MST11:50 AM EST20:50 UAE18:5012:50 ET11:50 AM CTNaN:� - Parker missed all six of his field-goal attempts Thursday as he finished with just four points and two assists in 25 minutes.
Analysis: It appears the 34-year-old's decline will continue following a major step back last season. His minutes are only slightly down, but his 6.5 points and 3.0 assists per game are barely half his averages from last season.
Fauria calls the boys to give his take on the game today and why he sees a Patriots victory on the horizon - although he says he's getting more and more nervous as kickoff approaches. He gets into the match-ups, "fire alarm-gate", how the Steelers D will approach the Pats - zone or man, and more.
The boys chat about the importance of the versatility of Dont'a Hightower and his impact on the Pats D throughout his career but especially this season.
Pete, Price and Jerry continue breaking down the AFC Championship and give their thoughts and analysis on Pats/Steelers.
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Mut, Bradford, and Tomase are in after it was announced that Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Ivan 'Pudge' Rodriguez will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. They also talk about some notable candidates who weren't elected this year like Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds.
Rob Bradford is joined by Jackie Bradley Jr. to discuss race in baseball and in Boston, along with the importance of Martin Luther King Day. The Red Sox outfielder also dives into how he never really felt comfortable in a major league clubhouse until last year, the approach he's taking heading into 2017, and why he's not playing in the World Baseball Classic.
Guys discuss if or when the Bruins will fire Coach Julian
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Ken, Rear and Ty talk all things Bruins as they come off a 4-0 shutout win in Florida and head to Carolina later today. Did that victory save Claude's job? The boys get into Don Sweeney's recent comments on Claude's job and what the future holds for the black and gold.
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Glenn, Lou, and Christian enjoy the festivities ahead of the Inauguration, and give their predictions for Patriots-Steelers in the AFC Championship Game.
Glenn, Lou, and Christian love how Bill Belichick reacts to the plethora of stupid questions he receives from the Media during his Press Conferences.
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Kirk Minihane brings Chad Finn back to the show to talk about the Charlotte Wilder story about the relationship between the Pats and Trump. Chad defends Charlotte for some of the story and her previous articles, Kirk still has problems with what he thinks is lazy reporting. Kirk and Chad also talk about whether a third sports station in Boston would be viable and if Curt Schilling will ever make it into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Kirk Minihane has a loud and very confrontational argument with media personality John Ziegler about the guilt or innocence of Jerry Sandusky. Kirk believes him to be guilty, John believes beyond a shadow of a doubt that Sandusky is innocent. Yes, it may be an old case, but you all remember it and this episode may change your mind about some of the things you previously thought with regards to Penn State, Jerry Sandusky, and Joe Paterno.
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