Tony Parker told the San Antonio Express-News that he expects to be ready for a Wednesday game against the Phoenix Suns. Parker injured his triceps on Thursday in a win against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Parker sat on a game at Phoenix on Sunday with a triceps contusion after trying to play through the injury on Friday against the Golden State Warriors. In that one, a 107-101 overtime loss, Parker attempted to play through the pain, but the injury hampered his perimeter shooting.
Against the Suns, San Antonio came away with a 97-87 win without their potential MVP candidate. Six Spurs scored in double-figures as Nando de Colo earned the starting spot in place of Parker. Backup point guard Patty Mills, however, led the Spurs with 16 points in the victory.
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