What’s Wrong with Jose Calderon?
Toronto Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo went into Thursday night still unsure exactly what was wrong with starting point guard Jose Calderon.
The 27-year-old Spaniard had an MRI on his right hamstring after tightness in the muscle forced him out of his team’s 106-96 loss to Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
"We’re still waiting on some final information," said Colangelo late Thursday afternoon. "I don’t have an update on him right now."
Calderon suffered an injury in the same area during the Beijing Olympics. He missed the gold-medal game against the United States with what was described then as a slight tear of the adductor muscle in his right thigh.