According to foxsportsohio.com, the San Antonio Spurs have expressed interest in Cleveland Cavaliers' shooting guard Anthony Parker:
While Parker has not been linked to one team in particular, the belief around the league is he can help a team in contention as a key reserve. And while the Cavs most definitely appreciate him, at 35 years old, he is not part of the long-term plans.
Teams such as Chicago, San Antonio and Dallas all would be ideal landing spots for Parker, and according to sources, each has expressed at least a passing interest.
The Spurs are stacked at the shooting guard position with Manu Ginobili, Gary Neal, James Anderson and at times George Hill. Furthermore, I doubt Parker would get any minutes especially seeing how well Neal is playing this season.
If any player on the Cavaliers' roster would be interesting for the Spurs would be big man Anderson Varejao. However, he has been out for the season with an injury and he may be untouchable.
Spurs have enough guards. If they are going to make any moves, it should be up front. i wouldn'y mind seeing Ibaka coming off the bench for Duncan.
Even if Anthony Parker is available, I don't think the Spurs will get him. One Parker is enough for the Spurs and that's Tony Parker.