Tony Parker has been cleared to play for France in the 2012 London Olympics, according to a post on his Twitter account early Friday morning.
It was uncertain whether the Spurs point guard would be allowed to play after suffering a severe laceration to his left eye during a nightclub scuffle on June 15 inside a New York City nightclub.
Parker thanked Spurs coach Gregg Popovich in Friday morning's Twitter message, which was written in French and accompanied with a picture of Parker giving the thumbs up on an airplane.
Translated to English, the Twitter post says, "I just arrived in Paris with good news. I'm going to the Olympics!!! I'm really happy I got the green light from Spurs!! Thank you Pop!! Now, towards London with beautiful glasses!"
Parker suffered his injuries after being hit by a thrown glass bottle during a scuffle between singer Chris Brown and members of hip hop star Drake's entourage.
Parker has said that he has been having hallucinations and been unable to leave his hotel room for eight days because of the risk of infection. He also has to apply five different products into his eye every two hours.
France's first game at the Olympics is against the United States on July 29.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.