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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: $2,905,851
Bob Myers: When we traded for Andre Iguodala [in 2013], we had to give up some salary, and we traded two unprotected first round draft picks. That’s a big gamble. You don’t see that happen much anymore. But we decided as an ownership group that this player and this opportunity is one where we have to assume the risk. That was a hugely pivotal moment to get a good player like Iguodala. I often talk about that moment as transformational. Up until that point, we hadn’t had any free agents want to come to our team. Andre was a pretty big free agent at the time. It was a statement that the Warriors are now at the table. It was worth the risk to do it.
Curry then went on to say that the narrative around who should win the Finals MVP was distracting, but it ultimately didn’t stand in the way of the Warriors’ ultimate goal. “So I felt like, obviously, we’re not winning the Finals if I didn’t play the way that I played, I felt like I played extremely well,” Curry said. “We don’t win the Finals unless Andre [Iguodala] plays that way he did and that adjustment working and him giving us such a huge boost throughout the whole series. “So we both thought we probably deserved it.”
Indeed, the Iguodala home feels like the epitome of California living, complete with a sprawling backyard filled with native plants and views over the Redwood forests beyond. “The house is very bright; there’s a lot of light there,” Warner says. She met the airy architecture with a neutral palette of whites, grays, and natural textures, like stone and glossy dark-stained wood. For instance, in the formal living room—which boasts double-height ceilings and faces the pool—they chose furniture that would elicit a calm yet luxurious vibe: a made-to-measure speckled gray sofa from Egg Collective, cream bouclé wool armchairs from CB2, a modernist-inspired travertine table by Lawson-Fenning, and an oak lamp by Lostine. However, above the white marble-lined fireplace, they added a burst of color in the form of an abstract painting by Nigerian American artist Odili Donald Odita, which provides a vivid sense of contrast to the otherwise light-toned space.
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