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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says “there’s a good chance” small forward Andre Iguodala plays in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night.
Iguodala is currently listed as a game-time decision. He will warm up before the game to test out his injured left knee.
“I think there’s a good chance he’ll play,” Kerr said. “I don’t know how many minutes he’d be able to play. He’s been feeling pretty good the last two days. He made a lot of improvement from where he was.”
Iguodala initially hurt his knee in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals after banging knees with Houston Rockets guard James Harden. The Warriors officially labeled the injury as a left lateral leg contusion.
The 2015 Finals MVP is averaging 7.9 points during this postseason in 13 games.
“Andre helps us in every regard,” Kerr said. “He’s one of the smartest players in the league. He handles the ball for us a lot on offense. He’s a great decision maker and he’s an excellent defender as well. So it can only help us.”
The Warriors will look to take a commanding 3-0 series lead over the Cavs.