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Tweet The Golden State Warriors came into this season expecting to be one of the premier teams in the NBA, but a huge caveat for their success was that they had to stay healthy. With guys like Andrew Bogut, David Lee and Stephen Curry who have had lingering injury issues over the past few seasons, that’s a big question mark for this team. On Friday night they were already without Curry due to a concussion when new addition Andre Iguodala, who was filling in for Curry at the point, left the game with a leg injury. Though there’s nothing official, a report from Rusty Simmons of The San Francisco Chronicle doesn’t make people optimistic about the prognosis: Andre Iguodala said he felt a pop in his left hamstring. “That’s when I knew it was serious. … I can’t even walk right now.” — Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) November 23, 2013 Any time that you hear the word “pop” and are talking about a leg, it’s normally not a good thing at all. These players are highly aware of how their bodies operate, so for Iggy to say he felt that pop and that he can’t walk, well that’s hardly promising. We’ll have to wait to see what the MRI reveals, but the injuries could already be starting to mount up for this team, which really is just utterly disappointing because this team is unreal amounts of fun when they’re cooking.
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Andre Iguodala was forced to leave during the third quarter of Friday’s game against the Lakers after suffering a hamstring injury while chasing after a loose ball. The Warriors forward did not return to the game with what the team is calling a strained left hamstring. Iguodala, who will undergo an MRI Saturday, said he heard a pop when it happened.
Iguodala described the injury...
Andre Iguodala left Friday night’s Golden State Warriors-Los Angeles Lakers game with a left hamstring injury, wrapping up a horrible night in the NBA for injuries. Iguodala hurt his hamstring chasing a loose ball after committing a turnover on the offensive end in the third quarter. He left the game after registering 6 points and […]
Friday November 22, 2013 may go down in infamy as doomsday Friday for three teams who’s futures may have been altered by gut wrenching injuries.
Warriors do it all forward Andre Iguodala joined Pau Gasol and Derrick Rose in leaving their respective games with what looked like serious season altering injuries.
Iguodala left Friday night’s game against the Lakers with a hamstring...
Andre Iguodala injured his left hamstring in the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday.
Iguodala said after the game that he heard a pop in his hamstring. He will undergo an MRI on Saturday.
"This worries me a little bit," Iguodala said.
Iguodala is averaging 13.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists in his first season with the Warriors.
As the Golden State Warriors took a road loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday, a nine-year veteran heard a “pop” in the back of his left leg and could not run it off. Andre Iguodala told reporters, “That’s what I felt, so that’s why I was so concerned, I knew it was something. Normally I can just run it off or it’ll go away. But once I heard it pop, I knew it was...
Andre Iguodala will not have surgery on his injured hamstring.
Iguodala heard a pop in his hamstring in the Golden State Warriors' loss on Friday to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Stephen Curry is missing his second straight game for the Golden State Warriors due to a concussion.
The Warriors declared Curry out for Friday night's visit to the Los Angeles Lakers about an hour before tipoff.
Curry got hurt in the fourth quarter of Golden State's win at Utah on Monday night when he hit his head on the court while scrambling for a loose ball.
While the Portland Trail Blazers are off to their best start in 14 years, they'll have to pick up a rare win in the Bay Area to extend their winning streak.
They could get a little help if both Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala can't play for the Golden State Warriors.
The surprising Trail Blazers seek their 10th straight victory Saturday night while also looking to avoid...
Stephen Curry has been cleared for non-contact drills and participated in shoot around on Thursday’s team practice according to Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle. Nevertheless it’s still uncertain whether Curry will play in Friday’s game against the Lakers as he is listed day-to-day with a mild concussion.
Curry suffered the injury during Monday’s game against...
The Warriors expect to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup to face the Lakers on Friday, and there are at least 30.3 reasons why they really, really need him.
In two games without Curry, the Warriors are 0-2 and average 77 points.
In eight games with Curry, the Warriors are 8-2 and average 107.3 points.
The 30.3-point difference is dramatic, yes, but no more so than that between...
Stephen Curry will miss tonight’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers due to a concussion. This is the second straight game Curry has missed due to this concussion.
Stephen Curry will not play vs Lakers tonight. We will break it all down on pregame live at 7pm.
— CSN Warriors News (@CSNWarriors) November 23, 2013
The Warriors lost the last game 88-81 to the Memphis Grizzlies...
Here we are – week 4 of the W.I.R.E. and still going strong…well, unless you’re Derrick Rose, Marc Gasol, or Andre Iguodala, but we can get to that later. Championship Belt Update As I predicted last week, the San Antonio Spurs, winners of 10 games in a row, have held onto the belt for […]The post The Week In Review Edition (W.I.R.E.) – Week Four appeared first on The League News.
The Golden State Warriors were without starting point guard Stephen Curry during last night’s 102-95 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. It was the second consecutive game Curry missed due to a concussion.
As reported by the Associated Press through ESPN.com, Curry got hurt in the fourth quarter of the Warriors’ win at Utah on Monday night when his head hit the court going for a...
The text came in a little after midnight: "Please tell me I didn't just see Marc Gasol hobble off the court."I didn't see the message until morning. Then came the next text from one of the owners in a league that I've been in since the mid-1990s. "Well, that oughta about seal me finishing in the bottom half. Looks like D-Rose should be back in another 18...