Thursday, July 30, 2015

Iguodala to start despite wrist injury

Andre Iguodala took part in this morning's shootaround and will be in the starting lineup tonight against Miami.

Iguodala to start despite wrist injury


Andre Iguodala took part in this morning's shootaround and will be in the starting lineup tonight against Miami.

Iguodala has been nursing a sore right wrist. He shot with the right hand this morning and said the wrist was still sore. He said he was not sure how much impact the injury will have on him during the game.

Iguodala did not practice yesterday. He was part of the walkthrough and took some ocassional shots with his left hand.

He concerned the injury is taking longer to heal than he expected.

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Coach Doug Collins said the starting five will be Iguodala, Jrue Holiday, Jason Kapano, Elton Brand and Spencer Hawes.

The two deactivations will be Jodie Meeks and Craig Brackins.

More to come ...    

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