Andrew Bogut did not play in the Golden State Warriors’ last game, and he’s now been listed as questionable. He did play in the team’s prior six games before getting injured against the Boston Celtics. There is no word on when he will return, but he is listed as questionable for tonight’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
As far as Andre Iguodala is concerned, he is also listed as questionable with a left ankle sprain. He has not played since Damian Lillard rolled up on it on March 11th. Iguodala has missed the last 13 games that the Warriors have played, and the team will definitely need him in the playoffs for a championship run.
The information is from Golden State Warriors Stats’ official twitter account:
For tomorrow night's game vs. Minnesota: Andrew Bogut (ribs) & Andre Iguodala (left ankle sprain) are questionable. Kevon Looney is out.
— GSWStats (@gswstats) April 5, 2016
With just five games left in the season, it seems quite clear that the team will need to get Iguodala back at some point in order to get him ready for the playoffs. It’d be tough to break him in during the playoffs, but even if it’s the first round, sooner is better than later. The possible second round matchup with the Los Angeles Clippers is one that the Warriors would need both Iguodala and Bogut for.
The good news is that they’re both listed as questionable right now rather than doubtful or even out. It means they might be closer to returning than previously thought, and that’s a positive sign.