When Tony Parker broke his hand last month, he was expected to miss six weeks. In the end, he'll miss just four, which is great news to a Spurs team that's starting to round into shape.
Parker announced on his Twitter account that he will play in Tuesday's game against the Kings, and Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News confirmed the news on his twitter account. It's likely Parker will start because George Hill, Parker's replacement, will not play in the Spurs' next two games because of an ankle injury.
Parker had missed the Spurs' last 16 games. He missed 10 other games earlier in the season as he dealt with plantar fasciitis.
For more on the news, visit SB Nation's Spurs blog Pounding the Rock.