Chandler Parsons was among nine players on hand Wednesday for the team’s voluntary workout at Toyota Center but focused on rehab work for his injured calf while his teammates shot and went through unsupervised drills. Parsons, who has missed the last three games, said he hoped to test his endurance in hopes of returning to the lineup before the end of the regular season. His former high school JV coach, Irwin Hudson of OrlandoHoops, a training center in Orlando, Fla., was on hand Wednesday and planned to work with Parsons before the team’s next game Friday against Memphis. “I’ve been trying so bad to get back, to have my recovery quickly, I think I’ve overdone it a little bit, because it’s so sore,” Parsons said. “I will do a lot of rehab (Wednesday) and hopefully it reacts better than it’s been doing. Parsons said his leg “is still bothering me” but said it was not as sensitive to touch as it was earlier in the week. “I’m going to work on it and shoot and lift and pretty much do everything like a normal day, and hopefully it doesn’t get too sore,” he said. “If I can play, I’m going to play. I’m so tired of not playing. I want to be out there more than anything, but at the same time I’ve got to be cautious and I’ve got to be smart about it.”