Tony Parker is seeking $20MM in a lawsuit against the New York nightclub where he sustained an eye injury during a fight involving singer Chris Brown and members of hip-hop star Drake's entourage, the Associated Press reports (via the New York Daily News). Parker isn't expected to miss any time for the Spurs because of the incident. There's plenty of other off-the-court news happening with Southwest Division teams that figures to have a greater on-court impact, as we detail here.
- Carl Landry wants to re-sign with the Hornets, as John Reid of The Times-Picayune writes, while Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News believes he could be a target of the Mavericks.
- Don't expect the Rockets to try to deal Kyle Lowry in order to lure Goran Dragic back, writes Eric Pincus of HoopsWorld, who says the team's logjam at point guard probably won't be resolved until after Dragic decides where he's headed in free agency.
- Spanish guard Carlos Cabezas will work out Monday for the Grizzlies and Tuesday for the Knicks, agent David Carro told HoopsHype.com (Sulia link).
- Earlier reports indicated Erazem Lorbek, the 46th pick in the 2005 draft, was reportedly "very close" to a deal with the Spurs that would finally bring him to the NBA, but the future of the 6'11" Slovenian is still up in the air, as Kosarka.si (hat tip to Emiliano Carchia of Sportando for the translation) and HoopsHype.com detail.