The Golden State Warriors' "Hamptons Five" lineup will be down a man in Game 4, as Andre Iguodala is now listed as "Doubtful" for tomorrow night's game, according to The Athletic's Anthony Slater.

Iguodala - who has started alongside Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green - suffered a knee injury during Game 3 on Sunday night and left the game midway through the fourth quarter. He finished with 10 points on 4-for-6 shooting, in addition to three assists and three rebounds, in the Warriors' 41-point victory in Game 3. 

“When we’re right, when we’re playing how we are supposed to play, Andre’s right in the middle of it,” Kerr said following Golden State's 126-85 win. “His defense and being smart, making good decisions. Andre is one of the guys who seems to set the tone for that for us.”

According to Slater, Iguodala did not practice with the Warriors today due to the knee contusion, which means third-year center Kevon Looney is likely to start and you can expect to see more of Swaggy P. ESPN's Ramona Shelburne reports that Iguodala will have an X-ray later today and if it comes back clean, he could be upgraded to probable.

Game 4 from Oracle Arena is scheduled to tipoff at 9:00pm ET tomorrow night.