Andre Iguodala could miss Game 2, needs MRI on left knee

Solenn Plantier
Mai 19, 2017

According to Marcus Thompson II of the San Jose Mercury News, Iguodala could be held out of Game 2, even if an MRI reveals no structural damage to what the team is calling a "sore left knee". He played just 10 minutes in the Warriors' come-from-behind 113-111 win over the Spurs in Game 1, scoring two points.

Stephen Curry also missed Monday's practice.

If Iguodala does suit up tonight, numberFire's models project him for 7.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 26.2 minutes of action.

Although he has only started seven total games in three years with the Warriors (regular season and playoffs), his absence would be notable.

Coach Mike Brown pulled Iguodala from Game 1, saying he "looked a little hobbled".

With Kawhi Leonard's status still in the air for Game 3 Saturday, expect Andre Iguodala's availability to hinge slightly on the presence of the Spurs' best player.

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