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Andre Iguodala (rest) will not play on Wednesday.

Iguodala recently dealt with a knee injury and his minutes have been monitored in recent weeks, so he was a top candidate for a precautionary day of rest. He'll be ready to go for the postseason.

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Andre Iguodala will not play on Monday against the Wolves.

Iguodala has been in and out of the lineup throughout the stretch run so this is no surprise. Andrew Bogut is out, too, so look for Marreese Speights and Draymond Green to get a bunch of minutes. Green is a strong spot play tonight and Speights is a risk-reward play, while Harrison Barnes is much too risky to use unless the team is sitting a bunch of their scorers.

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Andre Iguodala returned to action on Sunday after sitting out one game as a precaution, and he notched 15 points, five rebounds and four assists in 37 minutes.

Iguodala looked sharp with nine of the Warriors' first 16 points before cooling off, and he added one 3-pointer and a steal for good measure. A reduced role offensively has led to Iguodala's lowest scoring (9.2 points per game) since his rookie season, but his judicious shot selection has also yielded his best FG percentage (47.5 percent) since the 2005-06 season with Philly.

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Andre Iguodala (rest) will be in the Warriors' starting lineup on Sunday.

He was rested for Friday's game as a precaution during the Warriors' back-to-back set, but there never seemed to be any underlying injury or cause for real concern. His return sends Harrison Barnes back to the bench.

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Andre Iguodala and Jermaine O'Neal will not play against the Lakers on Friday.

Coach Mark Jackson said he was going to monitor Iguodala's minutes in a back-to-back set, so that apparently meant he wasn't going to play him at all. He should be ready to go against the Blazers on Sunday. Harrison Barnes will start and will look to turn around a disappointing sophomore season.

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Andre Iguodala played 27 minutes vs. the Nuggets on Thursday with six points, four boards, three assists, two steals and two fouls.

Coach Mark Jackson said he will monitor Iguodala's minutes in back-to-back sets, so he could be in the low 20s vs. Phoenix on Friday or there could even be a DNP on the way. Although, the Warriors will probably want to win that game because the Suns are now just one game behind them for the sixth seed.

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Coach Mark Jackson said he will monitor Andre Iguodala's minutes in remaining back-to-back sets.

The Warriors have back-to-back sets on Apr. 10-11 and Apr. 13-14, so Iggy's five-game remaining schedule won't quite yield terrific numbers. It's possible he will sit out at least one of those games even though coach Mark Jackson said he won't rest his players. Harrison Barnes would stand to benefit, but he has disappointed too often to be picked up.

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Andre Iguodala (knee) returned to action but wasn't needed a whole lot in the Warriors' 102-69 win over the Kings on Friday, playing just 17 minutes on his way to four points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals.

This might actually be good news for owners since he didn't need to push Iguodala's knee with the Warriors depleted and still in the hunt for playoff seeding. He went big on Tuesday against the Mavs so he certainly warrants consideration in lineups, but comes with a bit of risk given the injury situation.

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Andre Iguodala (knee) is expected to play in Friday's game against the Kings, but Andrew Bogut (groin) and David Lee (hamstring) are questionable.

Iguodala is just fighting some tendinitis that he's battled off-and-on for the past few seasons. He should be fine for his normal minutes, and will be asked to take on a significantly larger role if both Bogut and Lee end up sitting. We should know more on their status following the afternoon shootaround.

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Andre Iguodala (knee) will not play against the Spurs on Wednesday.

The Warriors pulled him from the starting lineup tonight for the back-to-back set. Iguodala looked great against the Mavericks on Tuesday and it's likely just rest after Iggy had some tendinitis last month. Harrison Barnes will start.