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Andre Iguodala
Andre Iguodala
Position: G-F
Born: 01/28/84
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:207 lbs. / 93.9 kg.
Salary: $15,000,000
In a conversation with three-time NBA champion Andre Iguodala for his podcast, The Old Man & The Three, Redick asked the Miami Heat forward what separates a championship team from the rest of the NBA. Iguodala, whose six straight NBA Finals streak ended this season with the Heat bowing out of the playoffs, mentioned that great teams are comprised of individuals who are happy for everyone else’s success. This was when Redick went back in time and opened up about his former team. “I’ve said this a million times, later on in my Clippers run, there was a sense of pettiness, and we weren’t necessarily happy for each other’s success. And I think that happens,” Redick said.
One testy instance involved Durant getting irritated by then-Warriors teammates Andre Iguodala and Draymond Green in one practice session. The 2015 NBA Finals MVP recalled how it all went down during an appearance on JJ Redick’s “The Old Man and the Three.” “This is after the All-Star break, and we’re just trying to get our rhythm back with the Warriors. And me and Draymond are competitors. Like we’re trying to win, and the only way we’re gonna win is if we double team KD. KD was so mad. I’m like, bro, do you not understand what we’re trying to tell you?”, “You’re that good… you’ve got two guys who are elite, all-time on defense and we have to double team you. Don’t be mad at us bro, like you’re that good!”
Instead, Antetokounmpo met Ayton way above the rim for an incredible block. Especially if the Bucks – who won Game 4 to tie the NBA Finals 2-2 – win the title, Antetokounmpo’s play will be remembered as one of the greatest in NBA history. Milwaukee guard Pat Connaughton isn’t waiting. “In my opinion, it’s the best block of all-time,” said Connaughton, who also mentioned LeBron James‘ block of Andre Iguodala in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals.
The Mavs guard and podcast host had Steph Curry’s longtime Golden State Warriors teammate Andre Iguodala on as a guest on The Old Man and the Three. The former NBA Finals MVP detailed what makes Curry such down-to-earth superstar. “Demarcus Cousins, when he was with us, one random day he was like ‘Yo are you real?’ to Steph. He (Curry) was like ‘What are you talking about?’” Iguodala said. “He (Cousins) was like, ‘Bro you’re the best player in the league, bro you don’t get mad about nothing? You don’t ask for nothing? You don’t want any special treatment?’ Like he don’t ask for anything. He (Curry) was like ‘Nah, I’m one of the guys.’”
Miami could send either Goran Dragic or Andre Iguodala back in either scenario. Both players have team options for the 2021-22 season, therefore Miami would need to exercise those options in this hypothetical. And if Golden State or Brooklyn simply lost Oubre or Dinwiddie, let’s say to Dallas for a three-year, $60 million deal, there’s a scenario where the Mavericks could send back a future second-round pick and in turn create a trade exception for the Warriors or Nets just like Hayward and Boston a year ago.
Storyline: Andre Iguodala Trade?