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    Warriors' Andre Iguodala received knee injection

    Warriors forward Andre Iguodala revealed Monday that he received healing injections in both knees while in Germany during the offseason, The San Francisco Chronicle reports. Iguodala has been bothered by nagging knee ailments over the last few seasons, but he said Monday that both knees feel 'really good' heading into camp. "I've been dunking a lot lately, which I normally don't do in the offseason," Iguodala added. With Harrison Barnes set for a slightly larger role, Iguodala, the 2015 Finals MVP, could see a reduction in playing time. However, coach Steve Kerr has remained adamant that he doesn't want to change much after last season's championship run.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Warriors SG Andre Iguodala wins MVP of NBA Finals

    Despite not starting until Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Warriors guard Andre Iguodala was selected as the 2015 Finals MVP. During the series-clinching win in Game 6 on Tuesday, Iguodala scored 25 points on 9-of-20 shooting, including 3 of 8 from the 3-point line. Iguodala also added five rebounds, five assists and two steals. The Warriors were 3-0 with Iguodala in the starting lineup during the series. Game 4 was his first start of the season.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Warriors win Game 4 behind Andre Iguodala and Stephen Curry

    The Warriors finally came through with the type of performance everyone was waiting for in a pivotal Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Behind 22 points apiece from small forward Andre Iguodala and point guard Stephen Curry, the Warriors dismantled the Cavaliers 103-82. Iguodala was inserted into the starting lineup right before the game. Warriors coach Steve Kerr previously told the media he wouldn't tweak his starting lineup, but it ultimately paid off as Iguodala helped speed up the pace ont he floor. Curry finished the game with 22 points, six assists and two rebounds.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Warriors start Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green down low

    At the last second before Thursday's Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Warriors coach Steve Kerr changed his starting lineup. He decided to go with a small lineup, opting to move Andre Iguodala to forward and start Draymond Green down low instead of Andrew Bogut. Kerr told the media he would keep the original starting lineup, which included Bogut at center.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Warriors F Andre Iguodala injures shoulder but returns to Game 5

    Warriors forward Andre Iguodala injured his left shoulder with under four minutes left to go in Thursday's 104-90 win against the Rockets in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals. Iguodala took a high forearm to his shoulder and neck area from Dwight Howard on what appeared to be somewhat of an attempt at a screen. Upon review, Howard was not called for anything more than an offensive foul. Iguodala was able to return to the game. He finished with six points, six assists and four rebounds.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Warriors resting Andre Iguodala on Saturday

    Warriors SG Andre Iguodala will sit out Saturday's game at the Bucks, the team announced. The decision was made in order to give Iguodala rest. He's not suffering from an injury. Iguodala is averaging 8.0 points this year. The Warriors are five-point favorites on the road.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Warriors will rest Curry, Thompson, Bogut, Iguodala

    The Warriors will give most of their starting lineup a break Friday, as guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, along with forward Andre Iguodala and center Andrew Bogut will not play in the team's contest against the Nuggets, per The San Francisco Chronicle. The Warriors will start Shaun Livingston, David Lee, Draymond Green, Harrison Barnes and Justin Holiday.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Warriors' Kerr grateful that Iguodala, Lee accepted reserve roles

    Warriors coach Steve Kerr acknowledged Tuesday he's grateful that Andre Iguodala and David Lee each accepted a reserve role on the team, which has contributed to Golden State's 46-12 record this season -- only two wins behind the Hawks for the best record in the NBA. Iguodala only accepted a role off the bench once in his career, and it wasn't even in the NBA. While winning an Olympic gold medal in 2012 as a member of Team USA, Iguodala took a back seat to LeBron James. "It's one of the most gratifying parts of the season," Kerr said, per the Washington Post. "That's really what you hope for as a coach. That each guy is going to accept a role and understand that that role is designed to make the team better and that it may cost him some minutes and some points and all that stuff. But if everyone buys in, and believes, you've got a pretty strong, powerful force and I think we've achieved that to this point." Lee also didn't have any objections to Kerr's plans this season when he was told that Draymond Green was a better fit in the starting lineup. "I've had plenty of years putting up big numbers, being an All-Star and doing things like that. Now it's time to chase a ring and I love what our team is doing and our chemistry. And the character guys on our team, nobody cares who gets the credit," Lee said. "We know that we have two bona fide superstars in Steph and Klay and everybody else is really here to fill around those guys and to make them as successful as possible."

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Andre Iguodala sitting out for Warriors on Friday

    Warriors F Andre Iguodala will sit out Friday's game at the Raptors. Head coach Steve Kerr told the media Iguodala was getting the night off for rest. The game in Toronto is the second game of a back-to-back and ends a stretch of three road games in four days for the Warriors. The Warriors are two-point favorites on the road.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Warriors' Steve Kerr wants Bogut, Iguodala to rest during road trip

    Although Warriors coach Steve Kerr said center Andrew Bogut and forward Andre Iguodala will play in Thursday's game at Cleveland, he added he would like for them to receive some rest during an upcoming stretch, reports Bleacher Report. The Warriors are starting a four-game road trip Thursday and Kerr indicated they will rest during some portion of the road trip.