Programming note: Grizzlies-Warriors coverage starts Friday at 7 p.m. with Warriors Pregame Live, only on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
OAKLAND – Despite hoping to return to full health after a five-day break between games, the Warriors still find themselves limping as they return to action this weekend.
Power forward David Lee was held out of practice all week with a strained hamstring, and there is a good chance he won't play when the Memphis Grizzles come to Oracle Arena Friday night.
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Also in doubt is the availability of small forward Andre Iguodala, who missed three games last week with tendinitis in his right knee. Iguodala participated in practice on Thursday.
"Andre went through practice and we'll see how he feels tomorrow," coach Mark Jackson said. "David really hasn't done much, so we'll see how he feels tomorrow. But he hasn't done anything with the team yet.
"If I had to say who is more likely right now, Andre is more likely. But we'll see how it goes tomorrow."
While Iguodala is listed on the team's injury report, there is no mention of Lee, who said Tuesday that he likely would not have been able to play were there a game scheduled for Wednesday. He was restricted to one-on-one drills on Thursday.
The Warriors and Grizzlies are among six teams still fighting for the final four Western Conference playoff berths.