Paul George went from having his left knee rubbed down on the bench to the locker room during the third quarter of Game 1, but returned a short time later.
It's either his knee or his quad, but the injury doesn't appear to be serious. We'll know more after the game, but if he does end up coming up lame, Evan Turner is going to become a big factor for the Pacers.
Shaun Livingston (toe) played 29 minutes in his return to action on Saturday, scoring 10 points with three rebounds and three assists in the road victory.
Livingston was typically effective, making 4-of-6 FGs and both of his FT attempts, and his return took some pressure off fellow starters Deron Williams and Joe Johnson. He averaged 26.0 minutes per game this season and the Nets don't play again until Tuesday, so Livingston should be raring to go for Game 2.
Draymond Green bruised his right leg during the first half on Saturday, but he quickly returned to post seven points, seven rebounds, four assists and two blocks in a road victory.
Green had a tremendous chase-down block on Darren Collison in the third quarter, which should end any speculation about the severity of his injury. His ability to play multiple positions gives coach Mark Jackson an invaluable weapon off the bench, and his 22 minutes of playing time may increase throughout the series since small lineups are inevitable with Andrew Bogut (ribs) on the sidelines.
Andre Iguodala fouled out of Saturday's game with eight points and three assists in only 19 minutes of action.
Warriors coach Mark Jackson kept Iguodala in the game with three fouls in the first half and he quickly picked up his fourth, followed by a fifth early in the third quarter. The Clippers had their own foul problems with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin both sitting out much of the second half, and the Warriors were able to escape with a thrilling 109-105 victory despite Iguodala's absence down the stretch.
J.J. Redick got hot in Saturday's Game 1 home loss, scoring 22 points on 8-of-11 shooting with four 3-pointers, two rebounds and two assists.
Redick was subbed out during plenty of defensive possessions in the fourth quarter and it may have taken him out of rhythm, as he didn't so much as attempt a field goal in the period. He recently returned from a bulging disc in his back but the injury didn't seem to affect him whatsoever, and his conditioning seemed fine as he played well in 30 minutes at SG.
Blake Griffin fouled out in 19 minutes during Saturday's loss to the Warriors.
He finished with 16 points, three rebounds, three assists and one block but his absence down the stretch proved critical in the Clippers' four-point defeat. A few of his fouls were very questionable, and if nothing else he'll be rested and out for vengeance during Monday's Game 2 rematch.
David Lee looked great in the Warriors' Game 1 victory on Saturday, scoring 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting with 13 rebounds and three assists in 36 minutes.
Lee played solid post defense and drew a number of fouls against Blake Griffin, who eventually fouled out in 19 minutes. His recent hamstring injury led to some concern about his conditioning, as he hadn't played more than 33 minutes in the past three weeks, but Saturday's performance was a clear indication that the ambidextrous PF is healthy and ready to go.
DeAndre Jordan blocked five shots with 11 points and 14 rebounds on Saturday, but he turned the ball over seven times and missed 5-of-8 free throws in L.A.'s Game 1 defeat.
Blake Griffin was mired in early foul trouble so Jordan barely left the court in the first half, and to his credit he knocked down a pair of critical free throws late in the game after being intentionally fouled. With Andrew Bogut (ribs) unavailable for Golden State, Jordan should have a big first-round series against backup centers Jermaine O'Neal and Marreese Speights.