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Cavs guard Anthony Parker gave Scott credit for holding the Cavs together through the rough times. “I can’t say enough about Coach Scott,” Parker said. “He’s been great. Usually when teams go through rough stretches, they start to tear apart and point fingers and blame coaches and blame players. None of that happened and I think a large part of it was due to how Coach Scott managed the team, how he managed practice and how he had the pulse of the team. Morning Journal

April 28, 2012 Updates

Parker, 36, is expected to retire in the offseason. He wasn't ready to commit to anything on Friday. "It's the same answer," he said. "(I need) to get a little separation from the grind of this season and how brutal it was before I try to make a decision on that." News-Herald

April 15, 2012 Updates

Cavs guard Anthony Parker is the recipient of the seventh annual Austin Carr Good Guy Award, chosen by the local chapter of the Pro Basketball Writers Association. Named after Cavs legend Austin Carr, the award recognizes a player for being cooperative and understanding of the media, the community and the public. Akron Beacon Journal

March 30, 2012 Updates

Starting with Friday’s home game against Milwaukee, the Cavs will finish the season playing 18 games in 28 days. Parker, an Illinois native, said he has little interest in coaching in the NBA. “Coaching is something I don’t see myself doing, especially right now,” he said. “They work real hard. They put in a lot of hours and spend a lot of time doing it.” Morning Journal

March 24, 2012 Updates

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Anthony Parker has closely followed coverage of the death of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager shot Feb. 26 by a neighborhood crime-watch volunteer. With the Cavaliers playing Friday about 30 miles from the site of the shooting, Parker used his Twitter account Thursday to voice frustration over the handling of the case with these two Tweets: • "Staying away from wearing hoodies in gated communities here in Orlando," Parker wrote in reference to Martin's attire at the time of his death. "Don't want anymore victims of 'self defense'. #TrayvonMartin" Cleveland Plain Dealer

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