Tony Parker strains hamstring, misses practice, likely to play in Game 4

Tony Parker went to the locker room during Tuesday night’s NBA Finals Game 3 against the Miami Heat with an undisclosed injury – that was later announced as an injured hamstring. Parker returned in the fourth quarter but was not needed in the game as the San Antonio Spurs had taken a commanding lead.

Parker had an MRI on that hamstring on Wednesday, which showed a strained hamstring with no tear or defect. He is officially listed as “day-to-day” with a grade 1 strain and will be given care around the clock care to prepare for Game 4.

Parker is likely to play in a game that could give the Spurs a 3-1 series lead, even if he is limited.

Game 4 is at the AT&T Center,  Thursday, June 13 at 9:00 p.m on ABC.