Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala will be a game-time decision for game three of the NBA Finals but has a "good chance" of playing, according to head coach Steve Kerr.

"I don't know how many minutes he'd be able to play, but he's been feeling pretty good the last two days," Kerr told reporters at shootaround ahead of Wednesday's clash with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"[He] made a lot of improvement from where he was, so it's all leaning in the right direction."

Iguodala, 34, was taking shots during the shootaround with his left knee wrapped, and he is expected to participate in warm-ups.

He suffered a bone bruise in game three of the Western Conference finals when he collided with the Houston Rockets' James Harden on a drive midway through the fourth quarter.

Iguodala missed the rest of that series as well as Golden State's victories over the Cavs in games one and two of the Finals.

The 2015 Finals MVP averaged 7.9 points and 4.9 rebounds in 13 playoff games before his injury. He averaged six points and 3.8 rebounds per game in the regular season.