Tim Bontemps: Kerr says Iguodala says he has a bone bruise, and that he remains day-to-day. Just a matter of waiting for him to be able to run without pain before he can play.
Michael Lee: Steve Kerr isn't sure Andre Iguodala will be available for Game 6. "He’s one of our keys & we’ve missed him the last two games. But we can’t count on it. Injuries happen & we’ve just got to play with whoever is out there. So we’re hoping he’s back, we’ll see what happens.”
Mark Medina: No update on Andre Iguodala. Steve Kerr said he’s improved “incrementally.” But his availability is not clear for Game 6
Jonathan Feigen: With Iguodala out, Looney gets the start again for the Warriors vs. Rockets tonight.
Chris Haynes: Andre Iguodala to ESPN on trying to get back on the court: “Last game was the plan. Tonight was the plan. So, it’s all about timing. Just trying to get it right. Make sure I can go.”
Tim MacMahon: Andre Iguodala is out for Game 5. "He's dying to play, but he's not healthy enough," Steve Kerr said. "We'll just continue to take it day to day."
Adam Wexler: Kerr today on Thompson, Iguodala: "I believe Klay will play, but we're still listing him as questionable, we gotta see how he feels during pregame. And Andre, incremental progress, gametime decision. He needs more treatment, he'll probably warmup tonight & we'll see what happens.
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr believes Klay Thompson will play. Andre Iguodala listed as a game-time decision
Connor Letourneau: Kerr said Iguodala is doing better and Thompson is “moving around really well. I think he’s going to be fine.”
Mark Medina: Warriors are listing Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson as questionable for tomorrow in Game 5 vs Rockets
Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr on the Andre Iguodala injury: "If he was close, he'd play. He's injured. We'll see what happens in a couple days."
David Aldridge: Pregame plan for @Andre Iguodala is still more treatment for the left leg contusion, followed by pregame test with Warriors’ training staff. Still currently listed as questionable for Game 4 tonight vs. Rockets.
Mark Medina: Warriors upgraded Andre Iguodala to questionable for Game 4 tonight vs. Rockets. Iguodala took both an MRI and X-ray, which showed no structural damage in his left knee.
Shams Charania: Sources: X-ray on Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala's left leg contusion returned clean. Iguodala is day-to-day, listed as doubtful ahead of Game 4 against Houston.
Ramona Shelburne: From what I understand, the bruise on Iguodala's knee is actually slightly below his kneecap. One Warriors source I spoke to said there was optimism he'd be upgraded. But obviously they didn't expect it to get worse overnight so best not to guess until X-rays come back.
Logan Murdock: Warriors' latest injury report for game 2: Andre Iguodala (left thigh contusion) is available to play. Stephen Curry (left MCL sprain) is out. Patrick McCaw (lumbar spine contusion) is out.
Logan Murdock: Andre Iguodala is walking through the Warriors locker room with a slight limp and a black sleeve on his left leg.
After missing six of the Warriors’ final seven regular-season games with left knee soreness, Andre Iguodala is poised to return for Game 1 of the first round. “I fully expect him to be in the lineup in Game 1,” head coach Steve Kerr said after shoot-around Tuesday.
Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr on Andre Iguodala, who has missed 6 of 7 to end the season: "I fully expect him in the lineup Game 1" pic.twitter.com/hubNMIOmTi
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr said he expects Andre Iguodala to play in Game 1 of the playoffs pic.twitter.com/1lxFMk8sgD
Mark Medina: Per Warriors: Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) will sit out tomorrow vs Utah. Damian Jones (left mid foot sprain) is listed as probable
Mark Medina: Andre Iguodala will be available to play tonight vs. New Orleans. Shaun Livingston will be out (right knee soreness). Kerr suggested the two will swap availabilities tomorrow in Phoenix.
Connor Letourneau: Kerr said Iguodala and Livingston are questionable. Said there's a "good chance" he plays one of them tonight and the other tomorrow vs. Phoenix.
Warriors forward Andre Iguodala and guard Nick Young are listed as probable for Saturday night’s game against the New Orleans Pelicans, the team announced Friday evening.
Monte Poole: For those in panic mode with Andre Iguodala’s knee soreness, he says not to worry. It’s tendinitis. Been there since college. Could be back Thursday but no later than Saturday.
Anthony Slater: Shaun Livingston, Andre Iguodala, Omri Casspi and Kevon Looney all out tonight. Livingston away for personal reasons. Steve Kerr: "So you're starting at the 2 tonight, @Chris Haynes"
Mark Medina: Andre Iguodala out tomorrow vs Kings, didn’t practice today. Kerr said he doubts Iguodala plays on Sunday vs PHX
Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr on Andre Iguodala's knee soreness: "I probably won't play him in Sacramento (on Saturday)."
Mark Medina: Warriors ruled out David West (right arm cyst) for tomorrow vs. Minnesota. Quinn Cook (right hand contusion) & Andre Iguodala (left wrist sprain) are listed as questionable for tomorrow.
Mark Medina: No David West & no Andre Iguodala tonight against the Blazers. In addition, no Stephen Curry, no Jordan Bell & no Patrick McCaw.
Kerry Eggers: Warriors very short-handed for #Blazers game tonight at @ModaCenter. @Stephen Curry (ankle), Jordan Bell (ankle) and Patrick McCaw (wrist) out, Andre Iguodala (wrist) and David West (arm) doubtful. #ripcity
Anthony Slater: Andre Iguodala, out tonight with wrist injury, considered questionable tomorrow in Portland, per Kerr.
Logan Murdock: Warriors injury report for tonight: -Andre Iguodala (left wrist) is out -David West (Cyst) is doubtful -Patrick McCaw (wrist) -Jordan Bell (right ankle) out
Logan Murdock: Steve Kerr said Andre Iguodala (calf) practiced today. Status still uncertain for Tuesday’s game vs the Knicks.
Anthony Slater: Steve Kerr said Andre Iguodala aggravated his hip flexor, Kerr didn't feel comfortable playing him in second half.
Anthony Slater: It's official: Steph Curry is active tonight in Toronto tonight. Andre Iguodala playing, Omri Casspi out.
The Warriors may finally have Stephen Curry back in the lineup. But the Warriors are not completely absolved from injuries. The Warriors (29-8) ruled out key reserves Andre Iguodala (low back & hip strain) and Omri Casspi (mid back strain) for Wednesday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks (13-25). Meanwhile the Warriors still list Draymond Green (sprained left ankle) and Zaza Pachulia (illness) as questionable.
Connor Letourneau: Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) is probable for tonight's game vs. Charlotte.
Mark Medina: Warriors have upgraded Draymond Green (sore right shoulder) to probable for tomorrow vs. Pistons. They have ruled out Patrick McCaw (concussion). Zaza Pachulia (sore left shoulder) remains questionable. Andre Iguodala is now probable (sore left knee).
Anthony Slater: Andre Iguodala will return to the lineup in New Orleans tomorrow night, Steve Kerr says.
Chris Haynes: Golden State says Stephen Curry (right hand contusion), Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle), David West (left lateral knee soreness) and Klay Thompson (sprained right ankle) are a go tonight at Orlando. Andre Iguodala (sore left knee) will sit it out.
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr: Andre Iguodala will play tonight. Omri Casspi and Patrick McCaw will start in place of Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry.
Anthony Slater: Steph Curry and Kevin Durant are out tonight. Andre Iguodala is doubtful. Draymond Green will play.
Mark Medina: Warriors still list Kevin Durant as doubtful for tonight's game vs. Pelicans (sprained left ankle). Andre Iguodala listed as probable (sore left knee).
Chris Haynes: Golden State forwards Draymond Green (knee) and Andre Iguodala (back) will both play tonight against New Orleans.
Mark Medina: Steve Kerr said Iguodala tweaked his back in the weight room this weekend. Kerr expects him to be fine for team's three-game trip
Logan Murdock: Warriors forward Omri Casspi has been upgraded to probable for tomorrow's game against Houston. Iguodala remains questionable.
Chris Haynes: Golden State offered Andre Iguodala a 3-year, $45 million deal and he's deliberating, league sources tell ESPN. No options are attached.
Michael Gallagher: Woj on ESPN: Iguodala reached out to the Spurs about the meeting. Also Rudy Gay looks to be the backup plan for GSW.
Ben Golliver: Mike Brown on health of Iguodala & Pachulia: "They're good to go. They've had a week or two weeks off, or a month off, whatever it's been."
Marc J. Spears: Warriors say Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) is probable for Game 4 at Spurs while Zaza Pachulia (right heel contusion) is questionable.
Marc J. Spears: Warriors say Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) probable and Zaza Pachulia (right heel contusion) is out for Game 3 against Spurs.
Marc J. Spears: The Warriors say Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) & Zaza Pachulia (right heel contusion) are questionable for Game 3 at Spurs.
Anthony Slater: Andre Iguodala went through full practice in San Antonio, Zaza Pachulia didn't do much. Both questionable for Game 3, Iguodala more likely.
Chris Haynes: Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (knee soreness) will not play tonight against San Antonio Spurs.
Monte Poole: Andre Iguodala (L knee soreness) still uncertain for Gm 2 of WC Finals, per #Warriors coach Mike Brown.
Chris Haynes: Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) questionable for Game 2 on Tuesday against Spurs. The team hasn't received MRI results.
According to a source, Iguodala didn't participate in many of the up-and-down court work leading up to Sunday's Western Conference finals opener because of his knee soreness.
Andre Iguodala said he will get an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of the left knee discomfort that kept him out the entire second half. He could very well miss Game 2 on Tuesday.
The team is officially calling it a sore left knee. But there is a concern Iguodala may have something more serious going on. The MRI will determine if he needs to miss any time. But even if it comes back clean, there is a strong chance Iguodala will be held out for rest and treatment just as a precaution.
July 7, 2022 | 10:03 am EDT Update
Michael Scotto: Sources: The Indiana Pacers signed Jalen Smith to a three-year, $15.1 million deal, which includes a player option for the 2024-25 season and a 10 percent trade kicker, @hoopshype has learned.
Keith Smith: Jae’Sean Tate’s new contract with the Houston Rockets has a raise-decline-raise structure. 22-23: $7.1M 23-24: $6.5M 24-25: $7.1M The final season is a team option. The deal also includes $1.5M ($500K per season) in unlikely incentives. @spotrac
Clutch Points: Jamal Murray played 1-on-1 against the Summer League team and he’s looking ready for next season 👀 (via @Katy Winge) pic.twitter.com/wT8C0fe0D9
Darvin Ham’s first NBA head coaching job includes the prestige and pleasure of coaching the 17-time champion Los Angeles Lakers, who are always dreaming of a title. The Lakers’ roster includes arguably the NBA’s greatest player ever in LeBron James, injury-riddled star Anthony Davis and struggling star Russell Westbrook. There are not a lot of first-year NBA head coaches who have dealt with this level of pressure. But considering the near-death situations, painful deaths of loved ones, and the long odds that Ham has overcome to win an NBA championship after going undrafted, he respectfully says the pressure of joining the Lakers does not scare him.
“It’s really not pressure,” Ham, 48, recently told Andscape. “I’ve been through so much s— in my life. When people say pressure, come on, fam. Pressure is like the boogeyman is only real in your mind. The boogeyman doesn’t exist to me. I’ve literally almost been killed before, bro. So, I understand what the challenge is. I don’t want to say expectations. It’s the order of things. I understand what the order of things are with this franchise, and I embrace it, accept it 1,000% because I’m built like that.”
What was your selling point to the Lakers when you interviewed for the head coach job? Darvin Ham: We ain’t about all the bells and whistles. I just told them, ‘These guys need to be coached. They need to be coached hard.’ It was three words that led my whole interview process. The three words I believe in, the three words that made me who I am, and the three words that are going forward with this new Lakers era. And that is competitiveness, togetherness, and accountability. And that rung true. They’re seeing it with the type of staff I’m putting together. They’ve seen it with the type of energy, the new energy that’s in the building. No disrespect to none of these teams at the bottom of the food chain, but I’m not coming from one of those teams. I’m coming from an organization [the Milwaukee Bucks] that’s fresh off a championship and knows how to do things.