San Antonio officials said Parker had tightness in his right Achilles tendon, forcing the guard to leave the Spurs’ overtime victory over the
Parker’s status for Game 3 at the
The Spurs didn't practice Thursday.
"I hope he's able to play and play well for us," Duncan said late Wednesday night. "We need him for that. He's a big part of what we do, obviously. So him not 100% hurts us."
Parker also suffered a twisted left ankle and bruised left thigh in Game 1.
He has struggled in the first two games of the series, averaging just 5.5 points on 23.5% shooting and 3.0 assists in 29 minutes per game. He missed all six of his field goals in Game 2 and finished with just one point.
So despite the Spurs taking the home-court advantage away from the Clippers, the defending
“I honestly don’t know,” Spurs Coach