June 19, 2016, 3:25 pm
Steve Kerr said that he anticipates Andre Iguodala (back) “playing and holding up, but we’ll see how it goes when he’s out there.”
This is the million dollar question for bettors and fans alike — how hurt is Andre Iguodala. The -4.5 to -5 line in favor of the Warriors would suggest that Vegas feels pretty good about the linchpin of the defense, but that could also just reflect the flood of public money that believes the Warriors aren’t losing the championship on their own floor. We’ll update this post as the news trickles in.
To date, I'm told, Iguodala has required NO cortisone shots in his back, relying instead on treatment from athletic trainer Chelsea Lane.
— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 19, 2016
Andre Iguodala is on the court shooting 3-balls in warmups. Looks a lot better than Game 6, but it's early.
— James Ham (@James_HamNBCS) June 19, 2016