Blowing out the Miami Heat in Game 3 gave the San Antonio Spurs a much-needed edge in the NBA Finals.

But it may have come at the cost of point guard Tony Parker who suffered a hamstring injury which limited him in the fourth quarter of San Antonio's 113-77 Game 3 win.

Parker, who had six points and eight assists in just under 28 minutes, said he will have an MRI performed on Wednesday.

"I felt something, my hamstring ... I have no idea," Parker said. "We'll do an MRI and hopefully it's nothing big and it's just a little cramping, got tight on me.

Parker added, "It got tight on me ... it was just a weird feeling."

The injury happened near the end of the third quarter, as the Spurs took a 15-point lead into the fourth quarter.

Parker started the fourth, but was taken out with 10:33 to play with San Antonio ahead by 23 points.

Not surprisingly, Parker is trying to stay as positive and upbeat about the situation as possible.

But his health is indeed a major concern for San Antonio going forward.

An MVP candidate the past couple of seasons, Parker's playmaking skills and ability to put pressure on the Heat's defense is unmatched by any of his teammates.