LOS ANGELES -- The Warriors lost another player to injury. Swingman Andre Iguodala left the game late in the third quarter with a left hamstring strain.
Iguodala had been the Warriors' starting point guard in place of Stephen Curry, who missed his second consecutive game with a minor concussion.
Transitioning to defense at the 3:23 mark of the third quarter, Iguodala came up limping at half court grabbing the back of his left leg. He limped off the court and straight into the locker room, finishing with six points and six assists in 28 minutes.
The Warriors were forced to play the fourth quarter down six players. In addition Curry and Iguodala, the Warriors are also without back-up point guard Toney Douglas (stress reaction, left tibia) and back-up center Jermaine O'Neal (bruised right knee, mild right groin strain). Rookie Ogjnen Kuzmic is out indefinitely with a broken right hand. And center Festus Ezeli hasn't played all season after knee surgery.