Jannero Pargo
Jannero Pargo
39-Year-Old GuardG
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$Signed a contract with the D-League's OKlahoma City Blue in October of 2016.
GFree Agent
February 1, 2016
Pargo signed a contract Monday to play in the D-League, Chris Reichert of Upside Motor reports.
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Pargo previously played in nine games with the Hornets in 2014-15, averaging 4.6 points in 8.1 minutes. Now 36 years old, Pargo will face an uphill battle in making it back to the NBA.
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Pargo re-signed with the Hornets in July. He appeared in 29 contests for the Hornets last season, averaging 4.7 points and 1.8 assists in eight minutes per game. The 34-year-old will serve as the team's third point guard, backing up Kemba Walker and Brian Roberts.
Pargo will most likely compete against Ramon Sessions for playing time behind Walker. He averaged 8.4 points, 1.9 assists, 1.2 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 16 minutes over 18 games last season with the Cats last season.
With the injury to Wall, Pargo opted to sign with the Wizards instead of going back to the Bulls because of a better opportunity in Washington. He's simply a roster filler at this point in his career.
Pargo, who played last year for Dynamo Moscow, signed a one-year deal worth approximately $2 million with the Bulls. Pargo spent parts of 2003-06 with Chicago and showed that he could be an effective scorer off the bench. While he clearly can't replace Ben Gordon, he will be looked on to fill a similar role as a scoring guard off the bench.
Pargo’s labeled a point guard, but he’s a shooter at heart. And he’s not a very good one with a career field-goal percentage of 40.9 percent. He loves to shoot (8.4 FG/game in 20:48 mpg), and can hit it from 3-point range (career 38.8 percent), so he’s not bereft of fantasy value. Most of his minutes will come at the two guard, but only when Mo Peterson, Rasual Butler and Bobby Jackson get their run.
Pargo is a new addition to the team, who has the ability to shoot the three. He can provide a spark off the bench when he plays, but his time will be very limited being the third string point guard. Don’t expect more than 3-4 points and one three per game.
Pargo is instant offense off the bench, ala Vinnie Johnson, but his playing time is limited due to the other guard options the Bulls have. He proved his value down the stretch in the regular season and in the playoffs, and was re-signed in October for another year in Chicago. Expect him to have the occasional big game off the bench but not see enough action or provide any sort of consistent numbers for him to have a role on your team.
Pargo signed with the Bulls last season in late-March and made an immediate impression on management. He showed an ability to score and needed to work on his ball handling and defense to open 2004-05 as Kirk Hinrich’s backup. Of course, this was the thought before the Bulls drafted Chris Duhon and traded for Mike Wilks and Frank Williams. Pargo’s $125K contract is not guaranteed, meaning there is a strong probability that he will not be a member of the Bulls when the 2004-05 season starts.
Pargo starts off the season slotted as the Lakers third option at the point. He'll most likely see the scrap time that isn't played by Gary Payton or Derek Fisher.
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Jannero Pargo: (Back) Gets Waived Tuesday
GCharlotte Hornets
February 3, 2015
Pargo was waived Tuesday, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.
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GCharlotte Hornets
Back
January 27, 2015
Pargo (back) will miss at least another week, per coach Steve Clifford, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
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Jannero Pargo: (Back) Could Return This Week
GCharlotte Hornets
Back
January 26, 2015
Pargo (back) may be available to play later this week, the Charlotte Observer's Rick Bonnell reports.
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Jannero Pargo: (Back) Returns to Practice
GCharlotte Hornets
Back
January 21, 2015
Pargo (back) has resumed practicing but is without a return timetable, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.
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Jannero Pargo: (Back) Misses Game Monday
GCharlotte Hornets
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January 19, 2015
Pargo (Back) was out once again Monday against the Timberwolves
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