Tony Parker (neck, ankle, leg) will be day-to-day for the remainder of the regular season.
Gregg Popovich won't formally shut Parker down for the season, but it seems to be a very real possibility. Parker is nursing a sore neck, sore ankle, a left shin injury, soreness in both knees and still battling his way back from a finger injury after he sprained a finger on his right hand on March 27. In other words, Parker is banged up. Although no injury is considered serious, owners looking for production from Parker should evaluate other options as the team will not rush Parker's return and he's no lock to play again in the regular season. Gary Neal, Nando de Colo and Cory Joseph will fill in at the point.