Kerr: Iguodala ‘doubtful' for Game 7

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The Warriors have been without Andre Iguodala for each of the last three games, and likely will be for a fourth straight contest in Monday's do-or-die Game 7 against the Houston Rockets. Golden State head coach Steve Kerr labeled Iguodala "doubtful" on Sunday. 

"If Andre can play [on Monday], he'll play," Kerr told reporters in Houston on Sunday. "But, I would call him 'doubtful' just because it's gone on this long and he's had a lot of pain. So we'll just take it day-by-day, but he's doing everything he can to get out on the floor. He's getting treatment several times a day and doing all the right things, it just hasn't responded yet, so hopefully that's soon."

Iguodala injured his left leg in Game 3. He banged knees with Rockets guard James Harden in the fourth quarter, and was clutching his knee almost immediately after. He left the game with 6:49 remaining, and hasn't returned to the lineup since. 

Houston point guard Chris Paul, who missed Game 6 after injuring his hamstring in Game 5, is a "game-time decision," head coach Mike D'Antoni told reporters on Sunday.

Game Result/Schedule
Game 1 Warriors 119, Rockets 106
Game 2 Rockets 127, Warriors 105
Game 3 Warriors 126, Rockets 85
Game 4 Rockets 95, Warriors 92
Game 5 Rockets 98, Warriors 94
Game 6 Warriors 115, Rockets 86
Game 7 Houston -- Monday, May 28th at 6pm

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