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Steve Kerr Reveals There's A "Good Chance" Andre Iguodala Plays Tonight

A general view of the Golden State Warriors arena.

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The Golden State Warriors hold a 2-0 advantage in the NBA Finals over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden State has done so without its top defender in Andre Iguodala, who was out for the first two games of the Finals.

The former NBA Finals MVP is on track to start for the Warriors tonight. NBA insider Chris Haynes reports that Iguodala, who's dealing with a leg contusion, has been feeling a lot better in recent days.

Golden State head coach revealed on Wednesday afternoon that Iguodala has a "good chance" to play for the Warriors in tonight's game.

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Iguodala was the primary defender against LeBron James for the past three NBA Finals, and will likely continue in that role tonight, though it remains to be seen how much stamina he'll have given his absence.

The Warriors forward averaged 7.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game before suffering the lower leg contusion.

Game 3 is set for Wednesday night. Tipoff is scheduled for 9 p.m. E.T. on ABC.