Atlanta Hawks guard Jannero Pargo will spend the night in a Cleveland Hospital to undergo tests for some sort of a stomach illness. Pargo is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Boston Celtics.
Atlanta's Jannero Pargo will remain at the Cleveland Clinic tonight to undergo tests.His status (cont) tl.gd/ggcens— AT - HawksPRGuy (@HawksPRGuy) March 18, 2012
Pargo was announced out of Sunday's game against the Cavaliers about an hour before tip off and was later transported to the hospital as a precautionary measure. He was undergoing tests for possible dehydration.
Without Pargo, Hawks coach Larry Drew played Jeff Teague and Kirk Hinrich both around 36 minutes each and Tracy McGrady saw just under 26 minutes of action. McGrady's status for Monday's game isn't known as the Hawks have refrained from playing him in back-to-back situations this season. Jerry Stackhouse played just under nine minutes and scored nine points for Atlanta.
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