Tony Parker RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tony Parker Could Be Back ‘A Lot Sooner’ Than Expected

    Hoops Rumors "Injured point guard Tony Parker, currently forecast to return from a quadriceps injury in January, could be returning to action sooner than previously anticipated, Jeff Garcia of News 4 San Antonio writes. Citing Spurs teammate Danny Green, who gave an interview with french publication LCI at..." September 04

  • Tony Parker says he'll be back in 4-5 months

    NBC San Antonio "San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker is on the mend after suffering a left quadriceps injury in last season's playoff run. However, since then, he is having himself a speedy recovery and is optimistic he'll he back on the court in 4-5 months time in a sit down interview with Argentinian TV LPG..." August 10

  • Tony Parker hopes he's offered new contract so he can play 20 seasons with Spurs

    NBC San Antonio "Twitter: @JeffGSpursZone San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker is on the mend after surgery to repair a torn left quadriceps muscle suffered during the 2017 postseason. He is projected to return to the court in January of next season and says he will be better than before. Not only is he facing..." June 05

  • Tony Parker expects to return better than ever "“I will play my best basketball when I return in January”, Parker told L’Equipe. After his injury in the NBA playoffs, the player is on the road to recovery and already wants to give it all for next season. He is expected to make his return with the Spurs in about six to eight months, and he..." May 29

  • The Spurs Need Tony Parker to Retire to Have Any Shot at Competing for Another Title Soon

    The Big Lead "The San Antonio Spurs were unceremoniously swept from the Western Conference Finals by the Golden State Warriors Monday night, and given the circumstances no one can blame them. The Spurs were without Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard, leaving them shorthanded against a historically great team. While..." May 24

  • Parker undergoes surgery, could miss at least 8 months

    San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs were on the court at the Toyota Center on Friday morning, going through their traditional shootaround hours before Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals. At roughly the same time, their erstwhile starting point guard was back in San Antonio under a physician’s scalpel. Tony..." May 06

  • Manu Ginobili ‘sad’ about first playoff game without Tony Parker

    Sportsnaut "Friday night, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will miss a playoff game after season-ending surgery. For longtime Spur Manu Ginobili, it’s the first time playoff game he’ll ever play without the Frenchman beside him. Given that Parker has been in the league longer than Ginobili and..." May 05

  • Spurs expect Tony Parker will need season-ending surgery

    CBS Sports "Tony Parker has been a mainstay for the San Antonio Spurs for four of the franchise's five NBA titles, but it appears they will be without him the rest of the postseason. According Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, the Spurs expect Parker to require season-ending surgery for a leg injury..." May 04

  • Spurs' Parker out for rest of playoffs with torn tendon

    ESPN "San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker has a ruptured left quadriceps tendon and will miss the remainder of the playoffs, the team announced Thursday. Parker, 34, had an MRI after suffering the injury during the Spurs' 121-96 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. With 8:52 left..." May 04

  • Spurs' Ginobili on Parker: 'We’re not going to see him any time soon

    San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker sustained what the Spurs are calling a left leg injury in the fourth quarter of the team's 121-96 win over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday in Game 2 of their second-round playoff series, which is now tied 1-1. Parker will have an MRI on Thursday. The Spurs' starting point guard..." May 04

  • Tony Parker carried off court with knee injury "Spurs point guard Tony Parker had to be carried off the court with 8:43 left in the fourth quarter of Game 2 Wednesday night when it appeared that he hyper-extended his left knee. The Spurs said Parker will undergo an MRI on Thursday." May 04

  • Can Spurs’ Parker continue offensive surge against physical Beverley?

    San Antonio Express-News "One of the burning questions the Spurs face as they enter the second round of the playoffs is whether point guard Tony Parker can continue the offensive surge he enjoyed against Memphis. After averaging 10.1 points in the regular season, Parker averaged 16.3 on 53.3 percent shooting against the..." April 30