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Game 7 injury report: Andre Iguodala and Chris Paul are both questionable

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Kevon Looney also made the injury report, but will almost surely play.

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Monday night brings one of the greatest, and most stressful things in sports: Game 7. The Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets will tip things off in Houston for the seventh time this series, with a trip to the NBA Finals on the line.

And, unfortunately, both teams are likely to be missing key players. For the Warriors, Andre Iguodala has been listed as doubtful by coach Steve Kerr. Iguodala hurt his knee in Game 3, and has missed the last three games.

While Kerr called Iguodala doubtful, the official injury report from the team has the forward listed as questionable.

Of course, something stands out on that injury report: Kevon Looney. But, thankfully, there’s nothing to worry about there. Kerr didn’t even know Looney was on the report, and all but promised that the young big will play.

For the Rockets, point guard Chris Paul looks like he may miss his second consecutive game after hurting his hamstring in the final moments of Game 5.

Both Paul and Iguodala are tremendous players who have had a huge impact on the series. It would be a shame if neither of them get to play in Game 7. It would especially be a bummer for Paul, as this is his first Conference Finals.

Still, with or without them, it’s a wildly exciting game, and tonight can’t come soon enough.