Spurs doctors put a splint on Tony Parker's broken right index finger Monday after determining he doesn't need surgery.
Parker will wear the splint at least four weeks. The team's medical staff will re-evaluate Parker in a month.
The Spurs open training camp in France in just less than six weeks. Until then, Parker won't be able to work to improve his jump shot, but team officials remain hopeful he won't have to miss much, if any, of camp.
"Any time there's an injury, the initial concern is worse-case," Spurs general manager R.C. Buford said. "If this is it, this is about as good as we could have anticipated."