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Veteran swingman Andre Iguodala came to the Warriors with the reputation as one of the NBA’s premiere perimeter defenders, and that certainly held true during his first season with the club. Acquired via a sign-and-trade that involved two other teams, Iguodala did a little bit of everything for the Warriors. He was fifth in NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting and was the only Dubs player to rank in the team’s top five in scoring (9.3 ppg), rebounding (4.7 rpg), assists (4.2 apg) and steals (1.51 spg). Iguodala was often charged with ball-handling duties so Stephen Curry can work off the ball, and he proved he was ready for the big moment with a pair of game-winning shots at the buzzer this season.

Access more notes and numbers from Andre Iguodala’s first season with the Warriors in the photo gallery below.


 

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