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|Knee - Questionable for Game 2 of Western Conference Quarterfinals at Houston |
|11/03/2014||Isaiah Thomas, PG BOS|
Marc Gasol, C MEM
|Al Jefferson, C CHA|
Chandler Parsons, SF DAL
|11/02/2014||Nicolas Batum, SF POR|
Chandler Parsons, SF DAL
|Zach Randolph, PF MEM|
Wesley Matthews, SG POR
|11/02/2014||Chandler Parsons, SF DAL||DeAndre Jordan, C LAC|
|Last 10 Games|
Mavs' Chandler Parsons and Devin Harris sit out Monday's practice
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(4/20/15) Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons and guard Devin Harris were non-participants in Monday's practice, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Parsons has a right knee injury but was able to play 37 minutes in Saturday's playoff-opener, a 118-108 loss to the Rockets. Harris has an injury to his big toe and was unable to finish Saturday's game.
“They did not do anything today on the court,” Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said. “They did lifting and some rehab work. They’re listed as questionable and see where we are tomorrow.”
Both Parsons and Harris are listed as questionable for Game 2 on Tuesday.
Mavericks' Parsons (knee), Harris (toe) questionable for Game 2
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(4/20/15) Both Chandler Parsons and Devin Harris aggravated injuries during the Mavericks' Game 1 loss Saturday to the Rockets and both are questionable for the second game of the first-round playoff series, per the Houston Chronicle.
Parsons' knee gave out during Game 1, but he still managed to play 36 minutes and score 10 points, but he was concered about swelling postgame.
Harris reinjured his toe during his brief time in the game, limiting him to 10 minutes and two points.
Mavericks' Chandler Parsons aggravates knee injury
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(4/19/15) Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons scored 10 points on 5 of 15 shooting in Saturday's Game 1 loss to the Rockets but reaggravated his knee injury and expressed concern about the knee potentially swelling up after the game, the Dallas Morning News reports.
"I just landed and felt some pain," he said. "My leg just kind of gave out on me. I couldn’t really shake it. It didn’t feel great."
Parsons missed the final six games of the regular season with the injury but was able to practice in full Friday and said he felt fine during the first six-to-eight minutes of Saturday's game.
"I think that was partly due to adrenaline," he said. "Something happened when I landed on it and it was real painful. We have a lot of work to do here and hopefully it doesn’t swell up overnight. I’ll visit the doctors and trainers (Sunday) and hope the the best."
Despite the injury, Parsons was able to play 36 minutes in Saturday's loss. He'll have a few days to rest and recover before the Mavericks face the Rockets in Game 2 Tuesday.
Mavericks' Chandler Parsons expected to start against former club
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(4/18/15) Mavericks' Chandler Parsons (knee) is expected to reclaim his customary starting small forward spot for Game 1 of Western Conference Quarterfinals at Houston on Saturday, per the team's official website.
Parsons missed the last six games of the regular season with a knee injury. Parsons joined the Mavericks in the offseason after the Rockets failed to match the offer sheet submitted by the Dallas. He averaged 15.7 points and 4.9 rebounds in 66 games with Dallas this season.
"This series is much bigger than me going back there. It’s about us winning four games before they do," Parsons said.
Chandler Parsons plays one-on-one, will practice for Mavericks
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/17/15) Chandler Parsons was able to play one-on-one on Thursday, and he told the media he expects to practice for the Mavericks on Friday, per ESPN.
Parsons missed the last six games of the regular season with a knee injury, but he told media on Thursday, ""It’s getting much better actually. I feel stronger every single day."
|He's still playing in Texas, but Chandler Parsons won't be donning the red and white this season. Dallas scooped him up in restricted free agency this offseason, adding a versatile small forward looking to take the next step in his career. Parsons has improved his well-rounded production each of his first three years in the league, and in Dallas he could continue to do so. He'll be viewed more as an equal rather than a third option, and should inherit shots left behind by Vince Carter and Jose Calderon. Parson's biggest impact will be with his ball handling and distributing. Last season he averaged a career-high 4.0 assists per game, and there's no reason to think he can't improve on that number or at least maintain it. Nontraditional point guard Monta Ellis was tasked with most of the ball-handling duty for the Mavericks last season, so look for Parsons to play a lot more point forward than he did in Houston. If he can gain more ground on Nicolas Batum in the small forward landscape, Parsons will be well worth an early-to-mid round pick.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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