San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker may not be able to help his team for the rest of the playoffs due to ruptured left quadriceps tendon in Wednesday's Game 2 of San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets.
Parker alredy did 18 points, four assists and three rebounds, while shooting 8-for-13 from the field. But later in the game, Parker tried to do a runner in the lane that missed. Rockets' Patrick Beverly defended it but not bumped on the play. After that shot, the next thing people saw is a lying Parker in the floor at the other side of the court. Parker had to be carried off the court by his teammates Dewayne Dedmon and Dejounye Murray.
"If we don't have him, it's going to be a lot tougher to hang with teams like Houston and Golden State, the Clippers, that kind of thing," said Spurs Head Coach, Greg Popovich in a recent interview with the press.
With Parker out in the next games of Spurs, teammates Patty Mills and Kawhi Leonard may have to fill big responsibilities for the team.
Game 3 will be on Saturday.