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Carlisle: Parsons Added Too Much Weight

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Chandler Parsons, whose wallet got much fatter when he signed a three-year, $46 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks, also focused on bulking up his physique this summer.

As far as coach Rick Carlisle is concerned, Parsons added too much weight.

The 6-foot-9 Parsons, who was listed at 215 pounds during his three-year tenure with the Houston Rockets, reported to training camp at approximately 235 pounds.

“He looked tired out there tonight to me, and his shot is short,” Carlisle said. “He’s working on losing some weight.

via Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas

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