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Coach Steve Kerr said he won't play Andre Iguodala (leg) until he's able to run without pain.

This will be his third straight game on the sidelines and with the way Kerr is talking, he's still got pain and it may be some time before he's ready to play. If the series goes to Game 7, his status is certainly in question.
May 26 - 8:25 PM

Kevon Looney is getting another start in Game 6 on Saturday.

He'll be out there with the other four All-Stars for the third time in a row as Andre Iguodala (leg) recovers). Looney likely won't have as much defensive pressure on him in this game because he won't have to get switched on to Chris Paul (hamstring), but the Rockets almost certainly will try to put him on James Harden when they can. Looney has scored four points in each of last three games with little else, so the bar isn't very high in DFS.
May 26 - 8:22 PM

Chris Paul (hamstring) said he's "hopeful to return to the court this postseason," according to TNT's Kristen Ledlow.

He's out tonight and he is going to be re-evaluated once the team is back in Houston while getting daily treatment. The Rockets did rule Paul out early on Friday, and there really hasn't been much optimism of him suiting up for a potential Game 7 on Monday. With him out today, Eric Gordon starts while Gerald Green and Luc Mbah a Moute handle the vast majority of the bench minutes.
May 26 - 8:15 PM

Abdel Nader (right wrist) is listed as questionable in the game notes for Game 7 against the Cavaliers on Sunday.

He only logged 58 seconds in Game 6 and is averaging only 1.2 points a game in the five games he's played this series. In the most crucial game of the Celtics seasons, it's unlikely he'll play on Sunday.
Source: NBA.com
May 26 - 8:07 PM

Shane Larkin (shoulder) is listed as doubtful in the game notes for Game 7 against Cleveland on Sunday.

He hasn't played since his injury on May 7th against Philadelphia and the team hasn't been expecting him to play all series vs. Cleveland, so it would come as somewhat of a shock for him to suit up.
Source: NBA.com
May 26 - 7:55 PM

Patrick McCaw (back) is available to play in Game 6 against Houston on Saturday.

He'll be able to play his first game since March 31st. When asked about McCaw potentially playing tonight Kerr said, "Well see." Kerr also mentioned it will be "tough" to play him after the long layoff but says its possible. For now, McCaw is likely behind Shaun Livingston and Quinn Cook, but that could change if either struggle.
May 26 - 7:39 PM

Luc Mbah a Moute will return to the rotation on Saturday against the Warriors.

The Rockets were basically running a 6.5-man rotation before the Chris Paul (hamstring) injury, so now it looks like Mbah a Moute will be stepping in as the seventh man with Gerald Green on the bench. It's possible that coach Mike D'Antoni keeps LMAM on a shorter leash given his struggles, but he could get 15-20 minutes at Oracle this evening.
May 26 - 7:39 PM

Andre Iguodala (leg) will not play in Game 6 on Saturday, according to Chris Haynes of ESPN.com.

He is still day-to-day, but the team still has concerns about how he's healed from his injury in Game 3. With him out, the Warriors shouldn't be in dire straits with perimeter defense this time because Chris Paul is out, as well. We should still see Kevon Looney in the starting lineup while Jordan Bell, Shaun Livingston and Quinn Cook help out on the bench.
May 26 - 7:12 PM

Taurean Prince said he'll focus on his handles and on-ball defense this summer.

"Turning defense into offense—that seems to be a key," Prince said. "But most importantly, ball handling. If you tighten up your ball handling, everything else becomes easier." New coach Lloyd Pierce also said that the Hawks haven't played their best ball yet, and it sounds like he's going to ask Prince to do even more. Needless to say, Prince will be a hot fantasy target after a really strong offensive finish last season.
Source: Slam
May 26 - 4:28 PM

Coach Ty Lue says he's not concerned about LeBron James for Sunday night's Game 7.

Really going out on a limb there, coach Lue. Kidding aside, there's been some talk about LeBron being tired before Friday, but all those concerns were put to bed after an epic performance. The over/under on LeBron's minutes tomorrow is probably 47.5 with Kevin Love now out. LeBron likely would've played all but 57 seconds last night, but the game got to garbage time to keep him out for the final 57 seconds.
May 26 - 3:47 PM

Andre Iguodala (leg) remains questionable for Game 6 on Saturday.

There's still some concern on Iguodala and he is day-to-day. The Warriors haven't been doing a shootaround, which means we likely won't get an update until 7:30 EDT. The Warriors were hoping to have him for Game 4, but he has been out since his injury in Game 3. If he's out, Quinn Cook and Shaun Livingston could see run along with Jordan Bell and Kevon Looney up front.
May 26 - 3:45 PM

Jayson Tatum was evaluated by doctors on Saturday, and there's no concern of a concussion.

He felt great after the game and today, as well. "Nothing there to be concerned about," coach Brad Stevens said. Tatum did take some contact to his head from the Kevin Love collision and he didn't look like himself for about half the game, so the team will evaluate him again before Game 7 on Sunday. For now, expect him to get 36-40 minutes in Game 7.
May 26 - 3:15 PM

The Warriors are planning to activate Pat McCaw (back) for Game 6 on Saturday, according to Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports.

He's officially being called questionable. This is great news after McCaw suffered a scary fall against the Kings on Mar. 31. He's been doing some on-court work with the team and was getting shots up during shootaround on Thursday. He probably won't be in the rotation tonight, but maybe that'll change. Regardless, this is a pleasant surprise today.
May 26 - 2:25 PM

Kevin Love (concussion) has been ruled out for Game 7 on Sunday.

He was just placed in the concussion protocol, and it would have been almost impossible to clear that if he is still dealing with symptoms at this time of day. Love does have a history of concussions with his most recent one coming in March, so it's possible he would be out beyond a possible win on Sunday. It should be Jeff Green starting with more Larry Nance. Tristan Thompson may also have to play a little more in this game.
May 26 - 1:58 PM

Kevin Love (head) has been placed in the NBA's concussion protocol.

He hasn't been ruled out yet, but it'll be really tough for him to be out there on Sunday. He first has to be deemed symptom-free, and then would have to do non-contact activity while remaining symptom-free in the process. Plus, he's had two concussions in the last three seasons. For now, expect to see Jeff Green start on Sunday with more Larry Nance, who closed out nicely in the fourth on Friday.
May 26 - 1:50 PM



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