San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker went down in the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's Game 2 against the Houston Rockets. After driving to the hoop for a floater, Parker, 34, immediately clutched at his left knee and collapsed to the court, where he lay motionless for several minutes. While he rose to his feet on his own, he had to be carried off the court by his teammates.
On Thursday, the team announced the news that the Spurs community had feared: Parker will be out for the rest of the playoffs.
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Prior to his injury, Parker had 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting in Game 2. He also became the 9th player in NBA postseason history with 4,000 career points earlier in the game.
-- Sarah Scrivens