NBA Playoffs schedule 2013: Warriors host Spurs with both teams worried about point guards

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Tony Parker and Stephen Curry are both dealing with injuries headed into Sunday's Game 4 in the Western Conference semifinals.

In Sunday's only 2013 NBA Playoffs game, the Golden State Warriors host the San Antonio Spurs at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC hoping to avoid falling behind 3-1 in the series.

Both teams enter the game concerned about their point guards. The Spurs' Tony Parker was slowed in Game 3 by a bruised calf. Stephen Curry of the Warriors, who has dealt with ankle problems throughout his career, injured his left ankle in Game 3. X-rays on Curry's ankle were negative.

Parker said that he'd start in Game 4, while Curry will be a game-time decision for the Warriors.

After splitting the first two games in San Antonio, the Spurs won Game 3 in Oakland thanks to 32 points from Parker and a better defensive effort. The Warriors shot just 39 percent in that game after shooting 51 percent and 45 percent in the first two games.

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