It's a good thing that the Warriors don't play Memphis until Friday, because if they had a game Wednesday, they probably would have been without two starters.

Power forward David Lee, who strained his hamstring in Saturday's loss to San Antonio, and Andre Iguodala, who has missed the past three games with knee tendinitis, each said that they're making progress in hopes of being ready Friday.

"That's the plan," said Iguodala, who did a one-on-one workout with assistant coach Pete Myers on Monday and extended his work with a variety of repetitions Tuesday. "I've really just been taking care of the minor things in the weight room over the past five days - small, tedious muscles that you forget about."

Iguodala's knee really started bothering him March 14, but he wanted to help his team respond to the 103-94 loss to Cleveland, so he gutted out the 113-112 victory at Portland on March 16. In his past 12 games, Iguodala has played more than 31:17 only once, averaging 7.8 points on 40 percent shooting, 3.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 27.9 minutes per game during the stretch.