Tony Parker's MRI reveals slight hamstring strain
Tony Parker's MRI on Wednesday revealed a slight hamstring strain, and the Spurs' point guard is hopeful he'll be be able to play in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker's MRI on Wednesday revealed a slight hamstring strain, and the Spurs' point guard is hopeful he'll be be able to suit up for Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Parker tweaked his hamstring during San Antonio's 113-77 victory over Miami on Tuesday night and posted on Twitter and Facebook -- in French -- that tests showed a slight strain.
"We'll see [Thursday] how I feel," Parker said. "I really hope to play."
Parker missed 16 games during the regular season, and the Spurs used both Nando De Colo and Cory Joseph at point guard. Joseph has been the first point guard off the bench during the playoffs.
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