Pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they found out that on Tuesday, coach Gregg Popovich said that San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker has “a variety of maladies,” and will not play “for the foreseeable future”.
Parker was sidelined with lower back stiffness, but pay per head sportsbooks saw that he was able to play in the All-Star Game on Sunday, finishing with four points, two rebounds and one assist.
“He doesn’t have a pulled hamstring or anything, but he’s got a lot of little things,” Popovich said.
Price per head services saw that throughout the player’s career, San Antonio were mainstays in the playoffs, and Parker also played in the offseason with the French national team.
Popovich and many pay per head sportsbooks are worried about the cumulative effect that it had on Parker.
“Basically a lot of basketball the last three years, all season long, all summer long,” Popovich said.
“It’s caught up to him.”
And pay per head sportsbooks could clearly see how active the player was, and how much he was affected by so much basketball.
Parker didn’t talk about specific injuries but agreed with the decision made, and pay per head sportsbooks also believe that the coach made the right decision to rest the player.
“The main thing with Pop, he doesn’t want me to play 50 percent, 60 percent,” Parker said.
“That’s the main thing. He wants me to get all of my little stuff healed. So however much time it takes, next time I come back on the court he wants me to be 100 percent. Against Charlotte, against Detroit, I was not myself. He just doesn’t want me to play like that.”
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Popovich also said that Tiago Splitter and Kawhi Leonard were doubtful for the game on Tuesday against the LA Clippers, and pay per head sportsbooks everywhere would like to see what will happen with these players when this game gets underway.