For sports fans that find watching golf boring and woul…

For sports fans that find watching golf boring and would otherwise not turn on a PGA Tour event, Friday might be a good day to amend that stance. Former NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala will be joining the TNT broadcast team to serve as a “special contributor” during round two of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, N.C. After re-upping with the world champion Warriors for three years and $48 million less than a month ago, Iguodala will get a chance to try something different Friday afternoon and call some of the action.
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