TEAM: Golden State Warriors
Height/Weight: 6′ 6″, 215 lbs
Date of Birth: 1/28/1984 (38)
DRAFT INFO: 2004: Rd 1, Pk 9 (PHI)
EXPERIENCE: 17th Season
PLACE of BIRTH: Springfield, IL
Golden State Warriors: 2013-2019, 2021-CURRENT (7 SEASONS)
Miami Heat: 2019-2021 (2 SEASONS)
Denver Nuggets: 2012-2013 (1 SEASON)
Philadelphia 76ers: 2004-2012 (8 SEASONS)
Finals MVP (2015)
All-Defensive 1st Team (2014)
All-Defensive 2nd Team (2011)
All-Rookie 1st Team (2005)
Andre Tyler Iguodala is an American professional basketball player, currently playing for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The swingman was chosen to the NBA All-Defensive Team twice and was an NBA All-Star in 2012. With the Warriors, he won three NBA championships and was voted the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2015. He also represented the United States at the 2010 FIBA World Championship and the 2012 Summer Olympics, winning gold medals on both occasions.
Iguodala was voted first vice-president of the National Basketball Players Association in February 2019. (NBPA). In that role, he took over for LeBron James. Beginning in 2013, he served as vice-president of the NBPA executive committee.
Philadelphia 76ers (2004–2012)
Iguodala warming up prior to a game for the 76ers
2004–05 season: Rookie season
2005–06 season: Sophomore season
2006–07 season: Leadership role
2007–08 season: First-round exit
2008–09 season: Second first-round exit
2009–10 season: Reunion with Allen Iverson
2010–11 season: All-Defensive Second Team
2011–12 season: All-Star selection
Denver Nuggets (2012–2013)
Golden State Warriors (2013–2019)
2013–14 season: All-Defensive First Team
2014–15 season: First NBA championship and Finals MVP
2015–16 season: Sixth Man of the Year runner-up
2016–17 season: Second NBA championship
2017–18 season: Third NBA championship
2018–19 season: Fifth-straight NBA Finals
Miami Heat (2020–2021)
Return to Golden State (2021–present)
Q: Why is Andre Iguodala out?
A: Andre Iguodala is out because of swelling in his knee that developed after Game 1, in which he scored seven points and three assists in 12 minutes.
Q: Why did Iguodala win Finals MVP?
A: Iguodala won out due to a combination of defense, statistics, and the aura surrounding James.
Q: What is Andre Iguodala doing now?
A: He is currently playing for Golden State Warriors.