The Warriors played without Kevin Durant on Thursday and his absence was noticeable.
Golden State will get a chance to even the series up with a win in Game Two Sunday night in Toronto. "I'm extremely happy to be a part of it and I enjoyed the moment".
The Warriors have refused to publicly declare exactly when they expect the two-time Finals MVP to come back.
"I thought he did really well and we'll look at the tape, and we'll see what we decide to do with his role going forward", Kerr added.
Iguodala started and played 29 minutes in Game 1, finishing with six points, six rebounds and seven assists.
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And after posting wins in a pair of regular-season meetings, Toronto has now topped the Warriors in three straight contests, ending an eight-game SU losing streak and establishing their longest win streak against the NBA's defending champions since 2001.
When the Warriors opened the second quarter of the team's Game 1 Finals matchup against the Toronto Raptors, the four-time All-Star was on the floor. "Block out all the noise about how, what these are firsts and this and that and kind of the doubt around our team".
Toronto took Game 1 and will host Game 2 on Sunday night.
Overall, the Dubs didn't play a bad game. Of course, Thunder fans know all too well how that 2016 series against the Warriors ended.