Andre Iguodala leave Warriors game with hamstring injury, 'felt a pop'
Warriors guard/forward suffers hamstring injury, says it 'worries' him 'a little bit.'
Warriors guard/forward Andre Iguodala left Friday night's game against the Lakers with a hamstring injury. After the game, Iguodala told reporters he "felt a pop," which is traditionally an indication of a tear.
Iguodala said he felt a pop. "This worries me a little bit." ... Said he can't even walk right now— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) November 23, 2013
After leaving the game in the second half, Iguodala went to the locker room for treatment. He did not return. Stephen Curry missed the game with a concussion and backup point guard Toney Douglas is out several weeks with a stress reaction in his leg. Iguodala had been pressed into service of playing point guard. The Warriors essentially don't have a point guard a this point beyond Kent Bazemore.
Losing Iguodala for any length of time would be devasating for the Warriors. He's fit in perfectly as a free agent, hitting 60 percent of his shots and helping boost their defense into the top five.
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