Chandler Parsons played in 25 games last season and even started 3 games, which may have had more to do with the Memphis Grizzlies tanking for Ja Morant and less to do with Parsons’s ability to play basketball.
Last season, the Grizzlies sent him home after a bit of an argument about whether or not he should have even returned to play last year. He injured his knee at the beginning of the year and never really recovered.
In the spending spree of 2016, Chandler Parsons signed a 4-year/$94 million deal with the Memphis Grizzlies and was supposed to be their scoring wing to push the Grit N Grind era to the Promised Land.
The problem was they decided to pay $23 million a year to a guy who only scored 13 points a game oh, and he came off of two knee surgeries. $94 million for 13 points the few days a year he wasn’t on crutches.
But let’s not dwell on the past. Chandler Parsons finished the season healthy-ish and now he’s in the final year of his contract playing in the glorious city of Atlanta.
Cannot wait until he no-call no-shows a game because he got stuck shooting a Migos music video.
So how many games will Chandler Parsons play for the Atlanta Hawks?
Here’s the big conundrum: The Hawks play all of their games at night and that’s when all the best strip clubs are open. Like, if the Hawks scheduled some 1pm games then Parsons might play all 82, depending on how hungover he is from the night before of course.
Unfortunately, Magic City has drink specials if you get there by 8 so Parsons won’t make it to shootaround.
Also worth mentioning that Atlanta is developing their young core and have zero incentive to play Parsons over guys like Scam Reddish and DeAndre Hunter but maybe Parsons can pull Kevin Huerter aside and teach him how to creep in girls Instagram DMs.
Chandler Parsons will be in more scenes in the next season of Atlanta than he’ll be on the floor in a Hawks jersey.
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