Tony said he'll have precautionary MRI on calf. No indication of anything serious.
San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker’s three-day layoff between Games 2 and 3 of the Western Conference finals will include a precautionary MRI on Thursday to track the progress of his bruised left calf. Parker was initially injured 12 days ago in Game 3 of the conference semifinal series against Golden State,..." May 22
San Antonio Express-News "The knot in Spurs guard Tony Parker's left calf had shrunk to less-than-baseball size by tipoff time, so the decision for him to play in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Warriors was easy. Finding ways for him to be effective while dealing with lingering pain and..." May 13
San Francisco Chronicle "Most of the concerns Mark Jackson had about the health of Stephen Curry's ankle were lifted before the coach even arrived at the Warriors' downtown Oakland practice facility Saturday morning. When the head coach eased past his point guard's car at an intersection, they both hit their horns and..." May 12
Tony Parker says he's very sore but sees no way he won't play in Game 4 Sunday. X rays on Steph Curry negative, in treatment all day today.
Playoff basketball: Tony Parker has a huge scratch, borderline gash, on his right biceps. Doesn't remember how he got it.
San Antonio Express-News "It had been a while since Tony Parker had all the pieces in place. It had been a while since his teardrop dropped, his spin move spun and his jump shot sank. In short, it had been a while since the Spurs’ All-Star point guard enjoyed a night like Wednesday at the AT&T Center. Making use of..." April 25
Spurs Tony Parker (sore neck), Kawhi Leonard (sore left knee) and Tim Duncan (sore left knee) are out for tonight’s game at Golden State.
Spurs w/o Ginobili and Diaw tonight. Tony Parker: "We can't complain after what happened to Kobe."
San Antonio Express-News "On his way to the team bus after a loss to the Nuggets in which Gregg Popovich would not allow him to play Tony Parker, the Spurs’ All-Star point guard, made a promise he hopes the coach will allow him to keep on Friday night. “I’m playing Friday,” Parker said without breaking stride as he..." April 12
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker said he will return to action tonight against the Kings after missing three of the past four games. “If Pop lets me,” Parker joked. “No, I’m playing tonight. I was close the other night, but Pop was worried with Manu (Ginobili) out and Boris (Diaw) out. He..." April 12
Tony Parker will not play tonight at Denver, Spurs say.
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker made the trip to Denver for Wednesday’s game against the Nuggets and is listed as probable by the Spurs. The five-time All-Star did not play in Saturday’s victory over the Hawks at AT&T Center because of a sore neck and was still listed as questionable after a..." April 10
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker’s availability for Wednesday’s game against the Nuggets at Denver’s Pepsi Center won’t be determined until coaches and members of the team’s medical staff get a chance to evaluate him after a workout scheduled for Tuesday morning. Suffering from a variety of..." April 09
Spurs list Tony Parker as probable for tomorrow's game in Denver against Spurs. He missed Sat. game with sore neck.
San Antonio Express-News "His star point guard boasting a medical chart perhaps best summarized as “banged-up body,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has announced no formal plan for shutting down Tony Parker over the final two weeks of the regular season. But Parker’s teammates aren’t going to be shocked if it happens by..." April 08
Pro Basketball Talk "Tony Parker was a shadow of himself Thursday night — two points on 1-of-6 shooting — and it got so bad, he was hobbling so much, that Gregg Popovich pulled him after just a couple minutes of play in the fourth quarter. Parker has an assortment of bumps and bruises (he missed time with a..." April 05
Spurs say Tony Parker (sore left ankle) and Kawhi Leonard (sore left knee) out tonight vs Magic
Tony Parker did not practice today with sprained finger. Said last night he didn't expect to miss time. Day-to-day probably fair.
San Antonio Express-News "When it became clear early last week that Tony Parker’s sprained left ankle was well again, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich agreed to a plan to bring him back earlier than the original four-week diagnosis. The only condition: Once the All-Star point guard returned, he had to be able to handle a full..." March 26
Houston Chronicle "In just his second game back after three weeks out with a sprained ankle, Tony Parker lived up to the “MVP’ chants in Toyota Center on Sunday and Rockets coach Kevin McHale’s description of his play this season. He led the Spurs with 23 points and seven assists and scored 12 consecutive points in..." March 25
San Antonio Express-News "It cannot be said the Spurs spent their three weeks sans All-Star point guard Tony Parker simply sitting on their hands. With a wet-behind-the-ears 21-year-old replacing their leading scorer, assist man and overall offensive engine, the Spurs still went 6-2 and extended their lead over Oklahoma..." March 24
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker is active and available for Friday’s home game against Utah, the Spurs announced at shootaround. He is officially listed as probable. “He looked pretty good,” Kawhi Leonard said after shootaround. “He said he doesn’t feel any pain in his ankle. I’m happy and..." March 22
Tony Parker is active and available tonight. Kawhi Leonard breaks the news, then Spurs confirm.
Spurs finishing up practice with a little 5 on 5. Tony Parker participating.
Tony Parker went through a full practice today. Won't play tomorrow, Pop says, but soon.
San Antonio Express-News "Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard did not accompany the Spurs on their overnight flight to Minnesota for tonight’s game against the Timberwolves, the team announced Tuesday. Both are listed with sore left knees. Duncan and Leonard played 35 minutes apiece in Monday’s 105-93 victory over Oklahoma..." March 12
San Antonio Express-News "Seeing Tony Parker running on a treadmill at the practice facility has encouraged the Spurs that it won’t take him a full four weeks to recover from a Grade 2 left ankle sprain and return to action. But veteran guard Manu Ginobili has been around coach Gregg Popovich long enough to understand..." March 11
San Antonio Express-News "Not once since the NBA began in 1946 has a team lost a regular-season game by 30 points and gone on to win an NBA championship. This is fact, gleaned from a search on basketball-reference.com, which any fan with even a shred of interest in league history should bookmark. Does this mean the..." March 10
And Pop said before the game he's not going to be surprised if Parker beats his original four-week prognosis.
Detroit Free Press "Spurs guard Tony Parker will be out for about a month with a left ankle sprain. Parker, the team's leading assist man, suffered the injury in the third quarter of Friday night's victory over the Sacramento Kings. The team announced Saturday afternoon that an MRI showed Parker had a Grade 2 left..." March 03
San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs had hoped their home-heavy March schedule would set them up for an April stretch run devoid of pressure. Now, Tony Parker’s sprained left ankle has added importance to every remaining game this month. Still three games ahead of the Thunder (and with two fewer losses) in the race..." March 03
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker will miss approximately four weeks with a Grade 2 left ankle sprain, the Spurs announced Saturday. The timeline encompasses 14 games, including contests against Oklahoma City (March 11), Denver (March 27), the Los Angeles Clippers (March 29), Miami (March 31)..." March 03
San Antonio Express-News "Danny Green has been a member of the Spurs for two-plus seasons. In that time, he has seen point guard Tony Parker hit the floor approximately 6,000 times, give or take, without incident. So when Parker went down again in the third quarter of Friday’s 130-102 victory over Sacramento, Green..." March 03
San Antonio Express-News "All-Star point guard Tony Parker will miss approximately four weeks with a Grade 2 left ankle sprain, the Spurs announced Saturday. The timeline encompasses 14 games, including contests against Oklahoma City (March 11), Denver (March 27), the Los Angeles Clippers (March 29), Miami (March 31)..." March 02
San Antonio Express-News "For a while, that felt more like it. This time, the Spurs had no letdown. They gave no quarter. Faced with a second consecutive home game against a Western Conference cellar dweller, the Spurs did to the Sacramento Kings what they should have done to the Phoenix Suns, ripping off a brutal..." March 02
MRI on Tony Parker confirms Grade 2 left ankle sprain. Expected to miss four weeks.
Tony Parker has a sprained left ankle. Will not return.
Tony Parker (triceps) practiced today and says he's good to play Wednesday vs PHX barring setback.
San Antonio Express-News "If Tony Parker had told Spurs coach Gregg Popovich about the excruciating pain in his right arm, he wouldn’t have played in Friday’s 107-101 overtime loss to the Warriors. An inadvertent elbow from guard Chris Paul hit the Spurs point guard just above the right elbow in Thursday’s game against..." February 25
San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs will close out their rodeo road trip without leading scorer and MVP candidate point guard Tony Parker, scratched from tonight’s game against the Suns with a right triceps contusion. Parker suffered the injury during Thursday’s 116-90 trouncing of the Clippers at Staples Center in Los..." February 24
San Antonio Express-News "Spurs point guard Tony Parker has been ruled out of Sunday’s rodeo road trip finale with a right triceps contusion, the team reported this afternoon. It is unclear whether the five-time All-Star suffered the arm injury in the Spurs’ 107-101 overtime loss at Golden State on Friday night, or in..." February 23
San Antonio Express-News "When it’s trade deadline day in the NBA, there’s no better place for a player to be than somewhere in the Pacific time zone. With a mid-afternoon deadline established for the convenience of the league office in New York City, Spurs and Clippers were able to enjoy a hearty pre-game lunch without..." February 22
San Antonio Express-News "Wandering Friday morning, semi-lost in the packed lobby of the sprawling Hilton of the Americas Hotel, Spurs forward Matt Bonner spied a familiar face. About to encounter the All-Star weekend media hordes for the first time in his career, Bonner got some pre-interview encouragement from Tony..." February 17
San Antonio Express-News "Gregg Popovich has stated his firm belief that Spurs All-Star point guard Tony Parker “should be in every conversation for any award that’s going to be given. There’s a group of guys, but he should be in that group.” Of course, the Most Valuable Player award encompasses the entirety of a..." February 17
San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs were ahead by one point with 2.9 seconds left Wednesday night at Quicken Loans Arena, but facing a situation that has been instant death for teams facing the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. The ball was in Kyrie Irving’s hands with the game on the line. This time, Tony Parker made..." February 14
Breaking: Duncan, Ginobili and Parker will all play tonight in Cleveland, Pop says.
San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker spun into the paint at the Barclays Center on Sunday night for what felt like the 100th time in the third quarter alone, Deron Williams gasping in his wake. Pirouetting toward the rim, the Spurs point guard blindly lofted a perfect rainbow just over the outstretched arms of Kris..." February 11
San Antonio Express-News "Spurs forward Matt Bonner might have added an unlikely ally in his bid to score an invitation to his first All-Star weekend 3-point shootout Feb. 16 in Houston. As part of a new format for this year’s festivities, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been appointed the Western..." February 07
San Antonio Express-News "Spurs point guard Tony Parker grabbed another accolade Thursday when he was named Western Conference Player of the Month for the first time in his 11-plus seasons. He is the first Spurs' player to earn that honor since Tim Duncan in April 2002, Parker's rookie season. Parker averaged 21.9..." February 02