The Golden State Warriors will be missing one of their starters for Game 2 against Cleveland tonight. It's possible they could be missing two...
Steve Kerr just announced that forward Andre Iguodala, who's been out for several games with a leg contusion, will once again be out. He will not be playing in Game 2.
Klay Thompson, meanwhile, is "probable" to play. The All-Star shooting guard suffered a lower-leg injury early in Game 1, but played through it. The injury got worse overnight and Thompson was seen limping at practice.
He intends to play tonight.
Kerr's full comments can be seen below:
The Warriors, up 1-0 in the series, enter Game 2 as a big favorite. Golden State is listed as an 11.5-point favorite at most sportsbooks.
Tipoff for Game 2 is set for 8 p.m. E.T.
The contest will be televised on ABC.