The Spurs were on the court at the Toyota Center on Friday morning, going through their traditional shootaround hours before Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals.

At roughly the same time, their erstwhile starting point guard was back in San Antonio under a physician’s scalpel.

Tony Parker underwent successful surgery to repair the ruptured left quadriceps tendon he suffered during the Spurs’ Game 2 victory Wednesday, the team announced.

The procedure was performed by Dr. David Schmidt, one of the team’s physicians.

The Spurs did not give a timeline for the 34-year-old Parker’s return, but in typical cases it could take eight months or longer to fully recover, said Dr. Josh Bell, a San Antonio orthopedist.