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Image result for andre iguodalaWarriors’ Iguodala to Have MRI on Sore KneeGolden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala will undergo a MRI on his left knee Monday. As of now, the team is calling it a “sore left knee.” After the results come back from the MRI, the Warriors will evaluate the best course of action moving forward. Resting Iguodala, 33, a game as a precautionary measure is on the table, a team source told ESPN, even if the results come back clean. The team has been cognizant all season about keeping Iguodala’s minutes low and his practice workload limited.

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Shelley Smith Having Test After Health Scare – ESPN reporter Shelley Smith said Sunday night she was doing well and undergoing tests at an East Bay hospital after she collapsed in the Golden State Warriors’ locker room following their 113-111 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. A Golden State team doctor was nearby during her scare, and she was immediately moved to the training room to be attended to by the medical staff. She was then taken to a hospital for further evaluation.

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Kerr Watches Warriors’ Win From Locker Room – Warriors coach Steve Kerr was at the Oracle Arena on Sunday to see Golden State’s 113-111 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. This was the first game Kerr attended since taking an indefinite leave of absence in the middle of the first round because of complications from back surgery almost two years ago. Kerr watched the game from the Warriors’ locker room and he delivered a motivational halftime speech to his team, who was facing a 20-point deficit after two quarters.

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