Tony Parker day to day with hamstring strain
MRI reveals no tear or further damage to hamstring that kept Parker out of finish of Game 5 vs. Blazers.
The Spur announced Thursday that guard Tony Parker underwent an MRI Thursday that revealed a Grade 1 hamstring strain. He's listed as day to day.
Parker left Game 5 of the Spurs' closeout win over Portland Wednesday night with hamstring tightness and didn't return.
The San Antonio Express News reported Wednesday night that Parker could have played in a Game 6 had it been necessary.
From those who know: Parker hamstring "not bad." Available for a Game 6? "We'd have him ready." #spurs— Buck Harvey (@Buck_SA) May 15, 2014
Instead, Parker gets at least three days rest before the Conference Finals begin against either the Oklahoma City Thunder or Los Angeles Clippers. Parker's been dealing with the issue for several weeks, however, and it's something to keep an eye on.
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