Iguodala tallied 11 points (4-8 FG, 3-6 3Pt), two rebounds, two steals and two blocks in 22 minutes during Friday's 108-85 victory over the Cavaliers. Iguodala was probable heading into the game and appeared untroubled by his knee injury en route to 11 points and a combined four defensive stats. He hit a couple of big three-pointers early in the game and played some excellent defense, helping limit LeBron James to just 23 points. Iguodala, despite a limited role, plays a key part in the success of the Warriors and will almost certainly be back next season in what could very well be another championship performance.
Iguodala (knee) was no longer sporting a limp Thursday and is probable to play in Game 4 against the Cavaliers on Friday, Mark Medina of Mercury News reports. Iguodala returned to the court in Game 3 on Wednesday after missing six previous contests with a left knee injury. He ended up with eight points (3-4 FG, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, one assist and one steal across 22 minutes, clearly being eased back into the action. Iguodala did leave the game right before halftime with a bruise on his right leg, not the originally injured left leg, but was able to return during the second half and play through the pain. Despite showing a significant limp following that contest, he appears to be doing much better a day later and at this point, Iguodala should be ready to go by Friday's contest. The Warriors are officially listing Iguodala as probable on the team's injury report.
Iguodala will play in Wednesday's Game 3 against the Cavaliers, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports. After going through some warm-ups, Iguodala determined he was good enough to play. Iguodala was averaging 27.5 minutes this postseason prior to suffering the injury, however it's not known whether or not his knee will limit his minutes.
Iguodala is likely to play in Wednesday's Game 3 against the Cavaliers according to coach Steve Kerr, Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports. Iguodala has missed the past six games with a knee injury, however he's been close to going the past few games. While it still isn't official that he will play, Kerr seemed to be confident he will give it a go Wednesday. More information should come out as tip-off approaches.
Iguodala (knee) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday night's Game 3 against the Cavaliers, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. The veteran has been trending in the right direction since sitting out Sunday's Game 2, and coach Steve Kerr said Wednesday morning that Iguodala will have a "good chance" to take the court. The 34-year-old hasn't played since Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, when he played 27 minutes before sustaining a bone bruise on his left knee. Look for a more definitive status update closer to the 9:00 PM ET tip.
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