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Tiago Splitter Injury: Updates on Hawks Forward's Hamstring and Return

The Atlanta Hawks' frontcourt depth took a hit when veteran center Tiago Splitter suffered a hamstring strain in practice. The team announced he will miss at least four weeks. Continue for updates. Strain Diagnosed as Grade 2 Tuesday, Oct. 11 Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution provided the update. The Hawks noted he suffered the injury in practice and underwent an MRI on Monday.
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