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NBA playoffs: Warriors upgrade Andre Iguodala to questionable for Game 4 vs. Rockets

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OAKLAND — The Warriors upgraded forward Andre Iguodala from doubtful to questionable for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets on Tuesday at Oracle Arena. The Warriors made that decision late Tuesday morning after both an MRI and x-ray showed no structural damage in his left knee.
The Warriors plan to finalize Iguodala’s status for Game 4 after he receives treatment and completes a pre-game warmup. The Warriors listed Iguodala with a left lateral leg contusion after he bumped knees with Rockets guard James Harden late in the team’s Game 3 victory on Sunday. Iguodala sat out of the Warriors’ informal practice on Monday after the pain worsened over night, prompting the team to list him as doubtful.
The 34-year-old Iguodala has averaged 7.9 points on 47.9 percent shooting, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 27.5 minutes during the playoffs. He has also started in the past five games with the Warriors’ four All-Stars in Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green.
Should Iguodala miss Game 4, the Warriors could handle various starting lineup combinations. The Warriors could start third-year forward Kevon Looney at center, while sliding Green to the power forward spot. Or the Warriors could start Nick Young at small forward, while Durant plays at power forward and Green plays at center.
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