The Golden State Warriors are set to take on the Boston Celtics in the 2022 NBA Finals. While fighting their way to the final series, both teams have dealt with multiple injuries.

For instance, Andre Iguodala hasn’t played since the first round of the playoffs because of a neck injury. He has missed the Warriors’ last 12 games because of the ongoing disc injury in his neck.

Iguodala addressed his injury ahead of Game 1 Thursday night. He told the media that he’s doing everything he can to play in the series, while also trying to “finish the season walking on two feet.”

NBA writer Mark Medina tweeted the guard’s quote Wednesday afternoon.

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Since Game 4 of the first round, Iguodala has helped coach and lead his team from the sideline. However, the Warriors would greatly benefit from Iguodala’s veteran leadership and playoff experience on the court. Before his injury, Iguodala was a key part of the Warriors’ bench rotation, averaging 14 minutes a game in the postseason.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Iguodala is one of three key Golden State stars listed as questionable for Game 1. Otto Porter Jr and Gary Payton II are also on the Warriors’ injury report for their respective injuries.

Fortunately, Iguodala and his teammates seem to be making huge strides to come off of the injury report soon. All three were full participants in practice on Tuesday and Wednesday in hopes to prepare for Game 1 Thursday night.