Four games into the Warriors’ seven-game preseason schedule we’ve seen a fast start by power forward David Lee and a furious finish by point guard Stephen Curry.

We’ve seen 7-foot center Andrew Bogut play heavy minutes seen shooting guard Klay Thompson as a starter and as a sixth man.

And yes we’ve seen Andre Iguodala utterly dominate specific moments of games as few others can. The newly acquired wing is smooth and efficient that rare player who sprinkles parts of his game all over the stat sheet.

"My history has been just letting my game do the talking for me’’ Iguodala said recently.

Iguodala will attempt to make his presence felt yet again on Friday when the Warriors meet the Los Angeles Lakers in the second and final game of their weeklong tour of China. The game will be played at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai and will be televised by CSN Bay Area at 4:30 a.m. PDT.

There has been considerable fan curiosity about Iguodala’s role and what position he’ll play. Know this: He will play any of four positions from point guard to power forward depending on what coach Mark Jackson is seeking at any particular time.

The coach already has grown comfortable with Iguodala on the floor; he played a game-high 40 minutes in the Warriors’ 100-95 win over the Lakers on Tuesday. His numbers: 9 points 5 assists and 4 rebounds. That’s typical Iguodala – on a poor night.