Kylen Mills: “I hear he does want to play, he doesn’t want to play. I don’t think he knows.” -GM Bob Myers is asked on whether or not Andre Iguodala plans to keep playing or if he’s considering retirement. Myers says he doesn’t know the answer. @kron4news #dubnation #goldblooded.
There is reportedly belief within the NBA that Golden State Warriors veteran wing Andre Iguodala will retire this offseason after winning a fourth NBA championship. According to Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle, "some league sources" think Iggy's playing career is set to come to an end after he struggled with injuries this past season.
Prior to the start of the 2022 NBA Finals, there was a lot of chatter about where Steph Curry should rank among the all-time greats. Following the Warriors' win in Game 6, Andre Iguodala shared his thoughts on this topic. Iguodala believes Curry has cemented his status as the best...
The Warriors showed some great sportsmanship after defeating the Celtics 103-90 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the series 4-2. Two of the Golden State's veteran leaders, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala, took time during their celebration to both congratulate and console members of the Celtics. Most notable among them was Boston's star, Jayson Tatum.
The Miami Heat weren’t participants in this year’s NBA Finals, but they did have representation, sort of. Four-time NBA Champion and former Miami Heat NBA Finalist, Andre Iguodala, was a member of another Golden State Warriors championship. Though it would have been better had it occurred for the...
Warriors' Stephen Curry has solidified himself as greatest point guard of all time, says Andre Iguodala
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry solidified his legacy years ago. He was an all-time great well before the 2022 Finals began and he would have remained one regardless of the outcome. But winning championships and Finals MVP awards can only help a player climb that historic ladder. Wherever Curry ranked 24 hours ago, he can only go higher from here.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WAND) -- Whether this is Andre Iguodala's final season or not, one thing is for certain. He wants to continue giving back to the community. Here's his Mom Linda explaining why.
Iguodala (knee) is active for Thursday's NBA Finals Game 6 against Boston. The veteran will indeed be available to play for coach Steve Kerr in Game 6 despite nursing a sore knee. The forward has averaged 2.3 points in three appearances so far in the Finals.
Iguodala (knee) is questionable for Thursday's NBA Finals Game 6 against Boston. Iguodala has been available for every game of the NBA Finals thus far with the exception of Game 2, but it's unclear if he'll see the floor in Game 6 with the Warriors looking to secure another championship Thursday. If he's ultimately available despite the right knee inflammation he's dealing with, he isn't likely to be featured in the rotation unless another reserve goes down with an injury.
Golden State: Otto Porter (left foot soreness) has been downgraded to questionable. Andre Iguodala (right knee inflammation) has been downgraded to questionable. Starting Warriors Klay Thompson, Otto Porter Jr. , Klay Thompson: 5 points, 2/12 FGs, 4 rebounds. Time Lord: 5 points, 2/2 FGs, 10 rebounds – 10:21 PM.
Iguodala (knee) is available for Monday's Game 5 against the Celtics and will have no minute restrictions, John Dickinson of 95.7 The Game San Francisco reports. The veteran forward came into Monday questionable with a knee injury but is good to go for Game 5. Iguodala was available for the Warriors' Game 4 win, but the 36-year-old failed to see the court. Iguodala has played just 14 total minutes through the first four games of the Finals and is not someone to target in fantasy formats.
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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WAND) -- Andre Iguodala has had a tremendous career over his 18 years spent in the NBA. His parents recall the very beginning of his career and the foundation he built. Now, looking back on it, they're proud of the house he's built using every milestone he's reached in the NBA.
Andre Iguodala injury update: Warriors forward's status in doubt for Game 3 vs. Celtics with knee soreness
Andre Iguodala showed some flashes of his old self in Game 1 of the 2022 NBA Finals, scoring seven points in 12 minutes. Then, the injury bug bit him again. The 38-year-old forward missed Game 2 because of a knee injury. He has been dealing with health issues throughout the NBA Playoffs, as he was previously listed on the Western Conference Semifinals and Western Conference Finals injury reports with a neck injury.
Iguodala (knee) is available for Friday's Game 4 against the Celtics. Iguodala sat out during Game 2 of the NBA Finals due to his knee injury but will be able to suit up for a second consecutive matchup as the Warriors attempt to avoid a 3-1 deficit. He played just two minutes during Wednesday's Game 3.
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The Golden State Warriors will have Andre Iguodala, Gary Payton II, and Otto Porter Jr. available in Wednesday’s pivotal Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. All three had been listed as questionable. Both Payton and Porter had played in Game 2 of the series, but Iguodala had been out with right knee soreness.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WAND) -- Over Andre Iguodala's 18-year career he's been known as one of the smartest players in the NBA. His basketball IQ started being built at a young age. Andre's parents Linda and Leonard held him to a high standard in school and that's paid off during his...