Chandler Parsons Injury: Updates on Mavericks F's Knee, Hamstring and Recovery

Adam WellsFeatured Columnist

Nov 16, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Dallas Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons (25) falls to the floor after an elbow to his nose during the second quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The injury woes for Dallas Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons cropped up again March 18, when the fifth-year veteran left a game against the Golden State Warriors with a hamstring injury. It's been reported Parsons is also suffering from a knee injury that required season-ending surgery.

Continue for updates.


Parsons Undergoes Season-Ending Surgery

Friday, March 25

ESPN's Tim MacMahon reported Parsons underwent successful surgery on his torn meniscus Friday.


Parsons Struggling to Shake Injury Bug

Parsons has been hit hard by injuries during his two-year stint with the Mavericks, missing 16 games and their playoff run last season.

The Mavericks have been splitting Parsons' time between starting and coming off the bench, and he's averaging 29.5 minutes per game—the lowest total since his rookie season.

The 35-35 Mavs currently have the West's No. 8 seed, though they're only up one game on the Utah Jazz. With Parsons out, forwards David Lee, Justin Anderson and Dirk Nowitzki and possibly even centers Salah Mejri and Zaza Pachulia could see more playing time.

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