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UCLA's Tony Parker injures hamstring in practice

The 6-foot-9 incoming freshman center will be out two to four weeks, making his availability for a trip to China questionable.

August 03, 2012|By Chris Foster

UCLA freshman Tony Parker has strained a hamstring and will be out two to four weeks, making his availability questionable for the Bruins' trip to China later this month.

He was injured during a practice for the trip earlier this week.

Parker, a 6-foot-9 center, led Lithonia (Ga.) Miller Grove to four consecutive state titles.

He is one of four freshman in an incoming class that is ranked second nationally by Scout.com.

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