Hey if this rumors is even remotely true than we should do anything to get him. This would solve our PG problems for years.

Parker on trade block this summer?

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Now down 3-0 to the Suns in the second round of the playoffs, the Spurs are on the verge of being ousted from the postseason.
So what to do with the roster this summer?
ESPN's Marc Stein writes that the team will likely try and convince Brazilian forward Tiago Splitter -- a player they drafted in 2007 -- to leave Europe and play in the league next season.
But is it also possible the team will look to trade -- gasp -- [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]?
As shocking as it sounds, Parker is likely the team's best trade asset, and he'll be on the last year of his contract next season, writes Stein:


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"Sources with knowledge of the team's thinking say the Spurs are increasingly optimistic about their ability to inject their front line with some new blood by convincing Brazilian forward Tiago Splitter -- whom they drafted in 2007 -- to leave the European game to come to the NBA starting next season. Yet it remains to be seen how aggressive San Antonio feels it'll have to be about reshaping the rest of the roster after [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]'s season of struggle, with Parker -- unpalatable as it sounds -- ranking as its best trade asset. The Frenchman has only one season left on his contract ($13.5 million) after this season and, according to a recent report in the San Antonio Express-News, has told friends that he's unsure about his future in town after the contract extension recently bestowed upon [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and with second-year guard [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] capable of playing the same position."