Tony Parker has a Grade-2 sprain in his left ankle and will miss approximately four weeks.
The early indications were Parker would be out at least a "couple" weeks, but it's apparently worse than originally feared. This rough timeline puts Parker out until around the beginning of April, which is to say nothing of the Spurs' extreme caution when it comes to their stars' health. We're guessing the priority once Parker returns will be getting him ready for a deep playoff run instead of playing meaningful minutes down the stretch. That could make it very difficult for fantasy owners to get legit production out of Parker before the end of their seasons. It's not clear whether Nando De Colo or Patrick Mills will get the first crack at replacing Parker in the starting lineup, but both deserve consideration in almost all formats.