MRI reveals no structural damage on Andre Iguodala's sore left knee

  • MRI reveals no structural damage on Andre Iguodala's sore left knee

MRI reveals no structural damage on Andre Iguodala's sore left knee

According to a source, Iguodala didn't participate in numerous up-and-down court work leading up to Sunday's Western Conference finals opener because of his knee soreness.

An MRI revealed Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala has no structural damage in his left knee, according to Shams Charania of The Vertical.

Iguodala did not practice on Monday, and if he misses Game 2 on Tuesday, he will have almost one week of rest to rehabilitate his knee.

But Iguodala said he's set for an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of what the team is calling left knee soreness, and also mentioned that the team's trainers were the ones during the game who told him he was out.

If he is held out of Game 2 Tuesday in Oakland, then we should expect to see a bit more of Matt Barnes, who played a few minutes over his postseason average on Sunday.

McCaw made his presence felt immediately grabbing a couple of rebounds and nailing a silky smooth three pointer en route to an impressive state line: 18 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals. Iguodala was the 2015 NBA Finals MVP for a reason. He averaged 7.6 points, 4.0 boards and 3.4 assists in 76 regular-season games.