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Miami Heat | #28 | Guard-Forward

Andre

Iguodala

PPG

4.4

RPG

3.5

APG

2.3

PIE

7.2

6'6" | 215lb | 37 years

Player Bio

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

Was selected in the first round (ninth overall) of the 2004 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers…signed by the Sixers on July 2, 2004…re-signed with the Sixers on Aug. 18, 2008…traded to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, a 2013 second-round pick and a conditional 2014 first-round pick as part of a four-team trade that also included the Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic on August 10, 2012…acquired via sign-and-trade by the Golden State Warriors on July 10, 2013 in a three-team deal that also netted the Warriors Kevin Murphy from Utah and saw the Denver Nuggets receive a 2018 second-round pick and the Jazz receive Andris Biedrins, Richard Jefferson, Brandon Rush, a 2014 first-round pick, a 2016 second-round pick, a 2017 first-round pick and a 2017 second-round pick…re-signed with the Warriors on July 11, 2017…traded along with a 2024 first-round draft pick and cash considerations to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Julian Washburn on July 7, 2019…was acquired by the HEAT from Memphis along with Jae Crowder and Solomon Hill on Feb. 6, 2020 in a three-team deal which saw the Timberwolves receive James Johnson from Miami and the Grizzlies receive Justise Winslow and Dion Waiters from Miami and Gorgui Dieng from Minnesota.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:

Has appeared in 1129 games (779 starts) during his 16-year NBA career and has averaged 12.0 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.49 steals and 33.2 minutes while shooting 46.5 percent from the floor, 33.3 percent from three-point range and 70.9 percent from the foul line…has missed 88 games due to injury/illness, 18 for rest-related purposes, 51 on the inactive list while awaiting a trade and another resulting from a pending trade…missed one game as a DNP-CD…has been crowned NBA Finals MVP once…is a one-time NBA All-Star…two-time participant in the NBA Rookie Challenge, taking home MVP honors once…has been named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team and NBA All-Defensive Second Team once each…was an NBA All-Rookie First Team selection…has scored in double figures on 655 occasions with 197 games of at least 20 points and 15 games with at least 30 points…his longest streak of consecutive double-figure scoring games is 63 (Dec. 1, 2007-Apr. 9, 2008)…has grabbed double-figure rebounds on 62 occasions and has handed out double-figure assists on 46 occasions…has posted 77 double-doubles and nine triple-doubles…his longest streak of consecutive games with a double-double is three, twice (last: Mar. 4-8, 2011)…his longest streak of consecutive games with a triple-double is two (Mar. 4-6, 2011)…has 262 multi-trey games…his longest streak of consecutive games with a three-point field goal made is 13 (Feb. 27-Mar. 22, 2008)…his high for most free throws made in a game without a miss is 13 (vs. Milwaukee on Jan. 12, 2007)…his longest streak of consecutive games played is 252 (Oct. 31, 2007-Nov. 5, 2010)…his longest streak of consecutive starts is 758 (Nov. 3, 2004-Oct. 29, 2014)…has recorded 481 multi-steal games and 110 multi-block games…his career high for most consecutive games with a steal is 30 (Feb. 19-Oct. 31, 2013)…has appeared in 145 NBA postseason games (81 starts) and has averaged 10.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 1.35 steals and 32.6 minutes while shooting 45.7 percent from the floor, 35.3 percent from three-point range and 58 percent from the foul line…has missed eight postseason games due to injury/illness…has scored in double figures 75 times in postseason play, including 16 games with at least 20 points…his longest streak of consecutive postseason games scoring in double figures is 10 (Apr. 5, 2008-Apr. 30, 2009)…has grabbed double-figure rebounds six times in postseason play and distributed double-figure assists twice…has recorded six double-doubles in postseason play…has recorded 58 multi-steal games and 11 multi-block games in postseason play…his career high for most consecutive postseason games with a steal is nine, twice (last: Apr. 28-May 16, 2012).

2019-20 SEASON:

Split the season between Memphis and the HEAT…came off the bench in all 21 games in which he appeared (all with Miami) and averaged 4.6 points (.432 FG%, .400 FT%), 3.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.00 blocks and 19.9 minutes…did not appear in any games for Memphis after reaching a mutual decision prior to the season to find him a suitable trade partner…did not miss any games due to injury/illness, but was inactive 51 times (Oct. 23-Feb. 5) while away from the team and inactive for another game (Feb. 7) due to a pending trade…sat out the regular season finale (Aug. 14) as a DNP-CD…set a single-season career high in blocks per game…led the team in assists and plus-minus twice each and rebounds once…scored in double figures on three occasions…matched his career-high in blocks with four at Cleveland on Feb. 24…Season Highs: 12 points (twice), eight rebounds (vs. Boston, Aug. 4), eight assists (vs. Milwaukee, Aug. 6), four blocks (at Cleveland, Feb. 24), three steals (at New Orleans, Mar. 6) and 31:08 minutes (vs. Phoenix, Aug. 8).

2018-19 SEASON:

Appeared in 68 games (13 starts) for the Warriors and averaged 5.7 points (.500 FG%, .582 FT%), 3.7 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 0.90 steals and 23.2 minutes…missed a total of 14 games, 12 due to injury/illness and two for rest-related reasons…sat one game (Oct. 19) with left calf tightness, three games (Dec. 10-14) with left hip tightness, one game (Feb. 13) with left hamstring soreness, one game (Feb. 28) due to illness, one game (Mar. 18) due to dental work and four games (Apr. 4-9) with left toe soreness…sat another two games (Nov. 5, Mar. 24) as part of load management…ranked among league leaders in assists per turnover (4th) and steals per turnover (10th)…topped the team in scoring once, in rebounding four times and in assists once…scored in double figures 11 times, including one 20-point effort…Season Highs: 23 points (vs. L.A. Lakers, Dec. 25), eight rebounds (at Milwaukee, Dec. 7), eight assists (twice), three steals (four times), three blocks (three times) and 36:18 minutes (at Toronto, Nov. 29).

2017-18 SEASON:

Appeared in 64 games (seven starts) for Golden State and averaged 6.0 points (.463 FG%, .632 FT%), 3.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 0.84 steals and 25.4 minutes…was sidelined for 18 games, 16 due to injury/illness and two due to rest…missed a game (Oct. 17) with a back strain, two games (Dec. 1-3) due to left knee soreness, one game (Dec. 20) with flu-like symptoms, another game (Jan. 3) due to lower back stiffness, two games (Jan. 17-20) with a left calf contusion, three games (Mar. 8-11) with a left wrist sprain and the final six games of the regular season (Mar. 31-Apr. 10) due to a sore left knee…was rested for two games (Nov. 11, Feb. 2)…ranked among NBA leaders in assists per turnover (10th)…led the Warriors in rebounding three times and in assists five times…scored in double figures 13 times and dished out double-figure assists once…Season Highs: 14 points (twice), eight rebounds (three times), 10 assists (vs. Dallas, Dec. 14), three steals (four times), three blocks (twice) and 36:37 minutes (at L.A. Lakers, Dec. 18).

2016-17 SEASON:

Came off the bench in all 76 games in which he appeared for the Warriors and averaged 7.6 points (.528 FG%, .706 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.00 steals and 26.3 minutes…sat one game (March 21) with a left hip strain and another five games (Dec. 10, Jan. 23, March 11, April 5, Apr. 12) for rest-related purposes…was a finalist for the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award…set a single-season career high in field goal percentage…led the league in assists per turnover and ranked seventh in steals per turnover…finished third on the team in steals…topped the team in scoring once, rebounds five times and assists twice…scored in double figures 22 times, including three 20-point efforts…grabbed double-figure boards twice…recorded his 5,000th career rebound on his 33rd birthday in a win vs. the L.A. Clippers on Jan. 28…Season Highs: 24 points (at Atlanta, Mar. 6), 10 rebounds (twice), nine assists (vs. Brooklyn, Feb. 25), four steals (vs. Oklahoma City, Jan. 18), three blocks (vs. Houston, Mar. 31) and 41:43 minutes (vs. Houston, Dec. 1).

2015-16 SEASON:

Played in 65 games (one start) for the Warriors and averaged 7.0 points (.478 FG%, .614 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.12 steals and 26.6 minutes…sidelined a total of 17 games, 16 due to injury/illness and one for rest…sat three games (Mar. 1, 6-7) due to left hamstring tightness and 13 games (Mar. 12-Apr. 3) due to a left ankle sprain…missed one game (Jan. 30) for rest…among NBA leaders, ranked 13th in assists per turnover and 17th in steals per turnover…finished third on the team in steals…led the Warriors in rebounding four times…amassed 17 double-figure scoring games, including three 20-point scoring games…grabbed double-figure rebounds once and registered one double-double…Season Highs: 20 points (three times), 10 rebounds (at Boston, Dec. 11), seven assists (five times), five steals (at Indiana, Dec. 8), two blocks (at Denver, Jan. 13) and 43:51 minutes (at Boston, Dec. 11).

2014-15 SEASON:

Appeared as a reserve in all 77 games in which he appeared for the Warriors and averaged 7.8 points (.466 FG%, .596 FT%), 3.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.16 steals and 26.9 minutes…did not miss any games due to injury/illness, but was rested on five occasions (Jan. 16, Jan. 23, Feb. 27, Mar. 13, Mar. 28)…ranked among NBA leaders in steals per turnover (13th) and assists per turnover (18th)…finished third on the team in steals…topped Golden State in scoring once, rebounds once and assists four times…scored in double figures 21 times, including three games with at least 20 points…the season opener vs. Sacramento on Oct. 29 marked the first time in his 759 career regular season games (807 games including the postseason) in which he did not start…Season Highs: 21 points (vs. Atlanta, Mar. 18), nine rebounds (at Boston, Mar. 1), seven assists (twice), four steals (at Philadelphia, Feb. 9), two blocks (at Phoenix, Mar. 9) and 37:54 minutes (at New Orleans, Dec. 14).

2013-14 SEASON:

Started in all 63 games in which he appeared for the Warriors and averaged 9.3 points (.480 FG%, .652 FT%), 4.7 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.51 steals and 32.4 minutes…missed a total of 19 games, 18 games due to injury/illness and one game (Apr. 16) for rest…sat 12 games (Nov. 23-Dec. 15) with a left hamstring strain and another six games (Mar. 18-22, Apr. 2, Apr. 11, Apr. 14) with right knee tendinitis…was named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team…ranked among league leaders in steals per turnover (16th), assists per turnover (21st), steals (22nd) and assists (38th)…finished third on the team in steals…led the Warriors in scoring twice, rebounds three times and assists eight times…tallied 24 double-figure scoring games, including three 20-point games and one 30-point game…grabbed double-figure boards twice and dished out double-figure assists four times…registered two double-doubles…hit a pair of game-winners in the final seconds (vs. Oklahoma City on Nov. 14 and at Atlanta on Jan. 3)…set a career high in three-point field goals made (7) and attempted (11) en route to scoring a season-high 32 points at Philadelphia on Nov. 4…Season Highs: 32 points(at Philadelphia, Nov. 4), 11 rebounds (vs. Brooklyn, Feb. 22), 14 assists (vs. Memphis, Nov. 20), four steals (five times), two blocks (four times) and 47:45 minutes (vs. Memphis, Nov. 20).

2012-13 SEASON:

Started all 80 games in which he appeared for the Nuggets and averaged 13.0 points (.451 FG%, .574 FT%), 5.4 assists, 5.3 rebounds, 1.74 steals and 34.7 minutes…was sidelined two games (Feb. 12-13) with a neck strain…ranked among the NBA leaders in steals (11th), assists (27th), steals per turnover (30th) and minutes (33rd)…led the team in steals and minutes…finished second on the team in field goals made and tied for second in three-point field goals made…finished third on the team in points, assists, field goals attempted, three-point field goals attempted, free throws attempted, defensive rebounds and total rebounds…led Denver in scoring 12 times, rebounds 11 times and assists 21 times…notched 59 double-figure scoring games, including 11 games in which he scored at least 20 points…posted seven double-figure rebounding games and four double-figure assist games…registered 10 double-doubles, including a triple-double where he scored 12 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and had 10 assists in a win vs. San Antonio on Apr. 10…Season Highs: 29 points (twice), 13 rebounds (vs. San Antonio, Apr. 10), 14 assists (vs. Houston, Apr. 6), five steals (five times), three blocks (four times) and 47:56 minutes (at Golden State, Nov. 10).

2011-12 SEASON:

Started all 62 games in which he appeared for Philadelphia and averaged 12.4 points (.454 FG%, .617 FT%), 6.1 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 1.73 steals and 35.6 minutes…was sidelined for a total of four games…missed two games (Mar. 25-27) with left patella tendinitis and was rested for the final two games (Apr. 25-26) of the regular season…earned his first NBA All-Star selection representing the Eastern Conference…shot a career high 39.4 percent from three-point range…ranked among NBA leaders in steals (6th), assists per turnover (9th), steals per turnover (13th), assists (19th), minutes (19th) and three-point field goal percentage (26th)…led the team in assists, steals and minutes…finished second on the team in three-point field goal percentage, free throws made, free throws attempted, defensive rebounds and total rebounds…finished third on the team in three-point field goals made and attempted…led the Sixers in scoring eight times, rebounds 13 times and assists 29 times…scored in double figures 48 times, including five 20-point efforts…had double-figure rebounds on seven occasions and double-figure assists five times…recorded eight double-doubles and one triple-double…Season Highs: 23 points (twice), 13 rebounds (at Cleveland, Apr. 18), 11 assists (vs. Washington, Jan. 23), five steals (twice), four blocks (at Portland, Dec. 26) and 45:30 minutes (vs. Denver, Jan. 18).

2010-11 SEASON:

Started all 67 games in which he saw action for Philadelphia and averaged 14.1 points (.445 FG%, .693 FT%), 6.3 assists, 5.8 rebounds, 1.51 steals and 36.9 minutes…missed 15 games due to injury/illness, including 13 games (Nov. 7-10, 16-19, Dec. 27-Jan. 8, Mar. 19) with right Achilles tendinitis and the last two games (Apr. 11-13) of the regular season due to knee tendinitis…named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team…ranked among league leaders in assists per turnover (10th), assists (18th), minutes (19th) and steals per turnover (24th)…finished second on the team in assists, steals and free throws attempted and third in blocks, free throws made, offensive rebounds and minutes…topped the Sixers in scoring nine times, rebounds 11 times and assists 37 times…scored in double figures 54 times, including 11 games with at least 20 points…grabbed double-figure rebounds six times and added nine double-figure assist games…recorded 11 double-doubles…posted three triple-doubles, joining LeBron James, Rajon Rondo and Russell Westbrook as the only players to register at least three during the season…set a new career high for assists when he distributed 16 in a win vs. New York on Feb. 4…Season Highs: 27 points (vs. Atlanta, Oct. 29), 12 rebounds (at Houston, Feb. 16), 16 assists (vs. New York, Feb. 4), four steals (four times), four blocks (vs. Indiana, Nov. 3) and 49:44 minutes (at Washington, Nov. 23).

2009-10 SEASON:

For the third consecutive season and fifth time in his career, started all 82 games as a member of the Sixers and averaged 17.1 points (.443 FG%, .733 FT%), 6.5 rebounds, 5.8 assists, 1.72 steals and 38.9 minutes…set single-season career highs in both defensive and total rebounds, assists and blocks…ranked among NBA leaders in total minutes (2nd), steals (7th), assists (tied-14th) and steals per turnover (29th)…led the team in points, assists, steals, field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and minutes…finished second on the team in defensive rebounds and total rebounds and third in blocks…led Philadelphia in scoring 31 times, rebounding 15 times and assists 47 times…scored in double figures 71 times…scored at least 20 points on 29 occasions and at least 30 points on four occasions…grabbed double-figure boards seven times and had four games with double-figure assists…registered 11 double-doubles…grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds vs. New York on Mar. 15…Season Highs: 33 points (vs. Toronto, Apr. 3), 17 rebounds (vs. New York, Mar. 15), 11 assists (vs. Toronto, Apr. 3), five steals (twice), four blocks (vs. Utah, Nov. 13) and 50:22 minutes (vs. L.A. Clippers, Dec. 19).

2008-09 SEASON:

For the second consecutive season and fourth time in his career, started all 82 games for Philadelphia and averaged 18.8 points (.473 FG%, .724 FT%), 5.7 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 1.60 steals and 39.9 minutes…set a single-season career high in minutes…led the league in minutes and ranked in steals (10th), free throw attempts (12th), assists (21st), scoring (27th) and steals per turnover (34th)…led the team in points, steals, field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and minutes and finished second in assists, defensive rebounds and total rebounds…led the Sixers in scoring 29 times, rebounds 11 times and assists 34 times…scored in double figures 75 times, including 39 games with at least 20 points and a pair of 30-point performances…reached double-figure rebounds on six occasions and double-figure assists on five occasions…notched 11 double-doubles…made a career-high 14 free throws in a road win over the L.A. Clippers on Dec. 31…Season Highs: 31 points (vs. Detroit, Apr. 4), 12 rebounds (vs. Dallas, Jan. 19), 12 assists (vs. L.A. Clippers, Nov. 21), five steals (twice), three blocks (twice) and 47:16 minutes (at Chicago, Dec. 2).

2007-08 SEASON:

Started all 82 games for the Sixers and averaged 19.9 points (.456 FG%, .721 FT%), 5.4 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 2.09 steals and 39.5 minutes…set single-season career highs in points, scoring average, field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted and steals…ranked among league leaders in steals (6th), minutes (6th), steals per turnover (19th), assists (26th) and scoring (28th)…led the team in points, steals, field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and minutes...finished second on the team in assists and third in blocks, defensive rebounds and total rebounds…led Philadelphia in scoring 41 times, rebounding five times and assists 24 times…recorded 79 double-figure scoring games…scored at least 20 points a single-season career-high 43 times…also had a quartet of games where he scored at least 30 points…grabbed double-figure boards on six occasions and dished out double-figure assists on four occasions…finished with four double-doubles…made a career-high 15 field goals at Phoenix on Mar. 1…Season Highs: 33 points (at Charlotte, Jan. 26), 12 rebounds (thrice), 11 assists (at Milwaukee, Nov. 27), five steals (four times), three blocks (twice) and 46:40 minutes (at Miami, Feb. 23).

2006-07 SEASON:

Started all 76 games in which he appeared for Philadelphia and averaged 18.2 points (.447 FG%, .820 FT%), 5.7 rebounds, 5.7 assists, 2.00 steals and 40.3 minutes…for the first time in his career, he did not play all 82 games, missing six games due to injury/illness…was sidelined six games (Mar. 23, Apr. 10-11, 15-18) with a lower back strain…set single-season career highs in free throws made and attempted and free throw percentage…ranked among NBA leaders in steals (4th), minutes (tied-4th), assists (16th), steals per turnover (28th) and scoring (29th)…led the team in points, assists, steals, field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and minutes…finished second on the team in defensive rebounds and total rebounds and third in blocks, three-point field goals made and attempted…led the 76ers in scoring 37 times, rebounding 11 times and assists 31 times…reached double-figures in scoring 71 times, including 33 games with at least 20 points and four games with at least 30 points…snagged double-figure boards on three occasions and tallied double-figure assists eight times…registered seven double-doubles…posted three triple-doubles, joining Jason Kidd and Kevin Garnett as the only players to record at least three during the season…scored a career-high 34 points at Cleveland on Jan. 24…Season Highs: 34 points (at Cleveland, Jan. 24), 16 rebounds (at Milwaukee, Nov. 22), 15 assists (twice), five steals (six times), three blocks (vs. Chicago, Mar. 14) and 52:24 minutes (at Cleveland, Jan. 24).

2005-06 SEASON:

For the second consecutive season and second time in his career, started all 82 games and averaged 12.3 points (.500 FG% .754 FT%), 5.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 1.65 steals and 37.6 minutes…participated in multiple events at the NBA’s All-Star Weekend in Houston…took home MVP honors in the 2006 Rookie Challenge after leading the Sophomores to victory with 30 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists…finished as the runner-up to Nate Robinson in the Slam Dunk Competition…set a single-season career high in offensive rebounds…ranked among league leaders in steals per turnover (12th) and steals (14th)…led the team in starts and finished second in steals, free throws attempted and minutes…tied for second on the team in free throws made…led Philadelphia in scoring four times, rebounding 11 times and assists eight times…scored in double figures 55 times, including 10 games with at least 20 points…grabbed double-figure boards eight times and had double-figure assists once…registered seven double-doubles…played a career-high 52:28 minutes in a triple-overtime win over Boston on Jan. 13…Season Highs: 27 points (vs. New Jersey, Apr. 18), 12 rebounds (twice), 10 assists (vs. New York, Apr. 2), six steals (twice), two blocks (at Sacramento, Jan. 3) and 52:28 minutes (vs. Boston, Jan. 13).

2004-05 SEASON:

Started all 82 games of his rookie season with the Sixers and averaged 9.0 points (.493 FG%, .743 FT%), 5.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.68 steals and 32.8 minutes…earned NBA All-Rookie First Team honors…participated in the Rookie Challenge at the 2005 NBA All-Star Weekend in Denver…ranked among NBA leaders in steals per turnover (6th) and steals (8th)…led all rookies in steals…also ranked among rookie leaders in minutes (2nd), steals per turnover (2nd), defensive rebounds (3rd), assists (tied-3rd), total rebounds (5th), scoring (9th), blocks (9th), assists per turnover (10th) and offensive rebounds (18th)…led the team in starts and defensive rebounds...finished second on the team in rebounds, assists, steals, blocks and minutes…topped the Sixers in scoring three times, rebounds 16 times and assists nine times…scored in double figures 32 times, including three games 20-point efforts…grabbed double-figure boards eight times and had double-figure assists once…registered five double-doubles, including one triple-double…recorded his first career triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Detroit on Mar. 23…established a season-high in points in his first career double-double, a 22-point, 10-rebound performance at Portland on Dec. 27…made his NBA debut at Boston on Nov.3…established his career high for steals with six at Miami on Nov. 21…Season Highs: 22 points (twice), 12 rebounds (vs. Toronto, Jan. 14), 10 assists (vs. Detroit, Mar. 23), six steals (at Miami, Nov. 21), three blocks (twice) and 44:30 minutes (vs. Miami, Apr. 14).

NBA PLAYOFFS:

2019: Started 15 of the 21 games in which he appeared for the Western Conference Champion Warriors and averaged 9.8 points (.494 FG%, .378 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.14 steals, 1.10 blocks and 30.0 minutes…missed one game (Game 4 at Portland on May 20) due to left calf tightness…set postseason career highs in blocks and field goals made…ranked among NBA postseason leaders in assists per turnover (5th), steals per turnover (9th), blocks (12th), assists (26th), steals (tied-26th)…ranked second on the team in blocks and third in assists, three-point field goals attempted and offensive rebounds…appeared as a reserve in all six games of the Opening Round vs. the Clippers and averaged 10.0 points (.489 FG%, .500 FT%), 3.8 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 1.17 steals, 1.17 blocks and 25.7 minutes…distributed a team-high eight assists in Game 5 on Apr. 24…started all six games in the Conference Semifinals vs. Houston, averaging 13.5 points (.593 FG%, .313 FT%), 4.7 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.17 steals and 34.6 minutes…led the team in three-point field goal percentage and tied for the lead in blocks…started all three games in which he was available during the Conference Finals vs. Portland and averaged 3.3 points (.357 FG%, .000 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.33 steals and 26.4 minutes…started all six games of the NBA Finals vs. Toronto and averaged 9.2 points (.431 FG%, .333 FT%), 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.00 steals, 1.50 blocks and 31.4 minutes…led the team in blocks…blocked a postseason career-high four shots in a season-saving win in Game 5 at Toronto on Jun. 10…scored a postseason-high 22 points in trying to help the Warriors stave off elimination in Game 6 on June 13…2018: Appeared in 15 games (12 starts) of the Warriors championship run, averaging 8.1 points (.494 FG%, .706 FT%), 4.5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.40 steals and 26.8 minutes…missed six games due to injury/illness…among postseason leaders, ranked 11th in steals per turnover and tied for 21st in steals…ranked third on the team in steals…led the team in rebounds once…registered seven double-figure scoring games…started all five games of the Opening Round vs. San Antonio and averaged 7.6 points (.419 FG%, .625 FT%), 5.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 27.1 minutes…finished second on the team in three-point field goal percentage and third in assists, defensive rebounds and total rebounds…appeared in all five games (four starts) of the Conference Semifinals vs. New Orleans and averaged 7.8 points (.483 FG%, .583 FT%), 5.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.00 steals and 27.9 minutes…ranked second on the team in steals and third in assists and three point field goal percentage…started the first three games of the Conference Finals vs. Houston, averaging 8.7 points (.615 FG%, .833 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.67 steals and 27.2 minutes…was inactive for Games 4-7 due to a left lateral leg contusion/bone bruise…led the team in field goal percentage…appeared as a reserve in the final two games of the NBA Finals and averaged 9.5 points (.583 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 2.0 rebounds, 1.50 steals, 1.00 blocks and 22.3 minutes…was again sidelined for Games 1 and 2 due to a left lateral leg contusion/bone bruise…led the team in three-point field goal percentage and tied for third in steals…2017: Appeared as a reserve in all 16 games in which he was available for the NBA Champion Warriors and averaged 7.2 points (.455 FG%, .577 FT%), 4.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 26.2 minutes…missed one game (Game 2 vs. San Antonio on May 16) due to left knee soreness…ranked among postseason leaders in assists per turnover (6th) and assists (33rd)…finished third on the team in steals…reached double-figures in points four times and rebounds once…had one 20-point game…came off the bench in all four games of the Opening Round series vs. Portland, averaging 7.3 points (.400 FG%, .818 FT%), 6.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 30.0 minutes…ranked second on the team in defensive rebounds and total rebounds…finished third on the team in assists…grabbed a postseason-high 10 rebounds in a win in Game 2 on Apr. 19…appeared as a reserve in all four games of the Conference Semifinals vs. Utah and averaged 8.0 points (.419 FG%, .500 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 26.7 minutes…ranked third on the team in offensive rebounds and tied for third in steals and blocks…was available as a reserve for three of the four games in the Conference Finals vs. San Antonio, averaging 3.7 points (.455 FG%, .333 FT%), 2.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.00 steals and 17.1 minutes…played in all five games of the NBA Finals vs. Cleveland and averaged 8.6 points (.529 FG%, .333 FT%), 3.4 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.20 steals, 1.00 blocks and 28.2 minutes…ranked second on the team in blocks and third in steals…scored a postseason-high 20 points on 9-of-14 shooting from the field to help the Warriors clinch the series in Game 5 on Jun. 12…2016: Appeared in all 24 games (three starts) for the Western Conference Champion Warriors and averaged 8.9 points (.476 FG%, .561 FT%), 4.4 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.21 steals and 32.0 minutes…set postseason career highs in assists, offensive rebounds, total rebounds, steals and minutes…ranked among postseason leaders in assists per turnover (13th)…ranked second on the team in steals and third in assists, blocks, offensive rebounds and minutes…led the team in rebounds once and assists five times…scored in double figures eight times, including one game with at least 20 points…had one double-figure rebounding game and posted one double-double…came off the bench in all five games of the Opening Round vs. Houston and averaged 11.0 points (.571 FG%, .412 FT%), 4.6 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.00 steals and 27.9 minutes…led the team in three-point field goal percentage…finished second on the team in three-pointers made and third in assists…scored a postseason-high 22 points on 9-of-11 shooting from the field, including 3-of-4 from behind the arc, to help the Warriors secure a road win and 3-1 series lead in Game 4 on Apr. 24…again appeared exclusively as a reserve in all five games of the Conference Semifinals vs. Portland, where he averaged 6.8 points (.385 FG%, .846 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 31.5 minutes…ranked third on the team in steals and free throws made and attempted…appeared in all seven games (one start) in the Conference Finals vs. Oklahoma City and averaged 8.6 points (.467 FG%, .611 FT%), 3.7 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 2.00 steals and 33.1 minutes…ranked second on the team in steals and third in assists…played in all seven games (two starts) of the NBA Finals vs. Cleveland and averaged 9.1 points (.466 FG%, .333 FT%), 6.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 34.1 minutes…led the team in offensive rebounds…finished second on the team in defensive rebounds, total rebounds and assists and tied for third in steals and blocks…2015: Played in all 21 games (three starts) of the Warriors’ championship run, averaging 10.4 points (.474 FG%, .415 FT%), 4.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.19 steals and 30.2 minutes…was named Finals MVP after his two-way efforts proved pivotal in helping Golden State secure their first NBA championship since 1975…became the first player in NBA history to have won Finals MVP after having not started a single game in the regular season…set postseason career highs in points, defensive rebounds and three-point field goals made and attempted…ranked among postseason leaders in steals per turnover (13th) and assists per turnover (18th)…ranked third on the team in assists, steals and three-point field goals made…led the team in points twice, rebounds once and assists twice…scored in double figures on eight occasions…scored at least 20 points twice…appeared as a reserve in all four games of the opening round vs. New Orleans and averaged 6.3 points (.310 FG%, .556 FT%), 3.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 28.0 minutes…ranked third on the team in assists…came off the bench in all six games of the Conference Semifinals vs. Memphis and averaged 10.0 points (.512 FG%, .583 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 27.3 minutes…led the team in three-point field goal percentage…ranked third on the team in three-pointers made…played as a reserve in all five games of the Western Conference Finals vs. Houston and averaged 7.0 points (.467 FG%, .313 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 2.20 steals and 27.3 minutes…led the team in steals and finished third in assists…garnered Finals MVP honors after averaging 16.3 points (.521 FG%, .357 FT%), 5.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.33 steals and 37.1 minutes in the NBA Finals vs. Cleveland…appeared as a reserve for the first three games…trailing the series two games to one, head coach Steve Kerr inserted him into the starting lineup for the first time all season long…his role as a starter coincided with a three-game winning streak and ultimately the championship…ranked second on the team in points, field goals made, field goal percentage, three-point field goals made and defensive rebounds, tied for second in total rebounds and third in assists, steals, three-point field goal percentage and minutes…led the team in scoring twice, rebounds once and assists once…scored 22 points in a crucial road win in Game 4 on Jun. 11, helping the Warriors even the series at two games apiece and reclaim home court advantage…turned in a postseason-high and team-high 25 points to help Golden State close out the series in Game 6 at Cleveland on Jun. 16…2014: Started all seven games in the Warriors’ Opening Round series against the Los Angeles Clippers and averaged 13.1 points (.516 FG%, .606 FT%), 4.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1.29 steals and 35.4 minutes…set postseason career highs in field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage…ranked among postseason leaders in assists (tied-19th), steals (tied-22nd), steals per turnover (34th), assists per turnover (37th) and minutes (37th)…led the team in three-point field goal percentage…finished second on the team in assists and free throws made and attempted…ranked third in defensive rebounds, total rebounds, steals and minutes and tied for third in three-point field goals made…led the team in assists twice…turned in double-figure scoring efforts on five occasions, including a 22-point outing in a Game 4 victory on Apr. 27…2013: Started all six games of the Nuggets’ First Round series against the Warriors and averaged 18.0 points (.500 FG%, .720 FT%), 8.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 2.00 steals and 40.5 minutes…ranked among postseason leaders in steals (tied-3rd), assists (tied-11th), minutes (tied-11th), points (16th), defensive rebounds (16th), total rebounds (19th), assists per turnover (22nd), steals per turnover (27th) and offensive rebounds (tied-33rd)…led the team in three-point field goals made, defensive and total rebounds, steals and minutes…finished second on the team in points, assists, field goals made, three-point field goal percentage and tied for second in field goals attempted and three-point field goals attempted…finished third on the team in free throws made and attempted…scored in double figures five times, including a pair of 20-point outings…twice grabbed double-figure boards…registered his lone double-double of the postseason in a 25-point, 12-rebound performance to help stave off elimination in a Game 5 win on Apr. 30…2012: Started all 13 playoff games for the Sixers and averaged 12.9 points (.384 FG%, .589 FT%), 5.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.46 steals and 38.8 minutes…set postseason career highs in free throws made and attempted…ranked among postseason leaders in minutes (12th), steals (13th), assists (21st), points (38th) and rebounds (40th)…led the team in minutes…finished second on the team in points, assists, steals, field goals made and three-point field goals made…ranked third on the team in defensive rebounds, total rebounds, field goals made, free throws made and three-point field goal percentage…led the Sixers in scoring four times, rebounding twice and assists four times…scored in double-figures 11 times, including one 20-point performance…grabbed double-figure rebounds once and posted one double-double…started all six games of the Opening Round vs. Chicago, averaging 12.0 points (.351 FG%, .789 FT%), 5.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.83 steals and 40.2 minutes…won his first playoff series as he helped lead the No. 8-seeded Sixers to an upset of the No. 1-seeded Bulls…led the team in steals and minutes…finished second on the team in assists, field goals attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted, three-point field goal percentage and free throw percentage…ranked third on the team in points, defensive rebounds and total rebounds and tied for third in field goals made…scored 20 points, including two clutch free throws with 2.2 seconds remaining, to help pull out the 79-78 victory and close out the series in Game 6 on May 10…started all seven games of the Conference Semifinals vs. Boston and averaged 13.7 points (.416 FG%, .486 FT%), 5.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 1.14 steals and 37.7 minutes…led the team in three-point field goals made, free throws made and attempted and minutes…ranked second on the team in points, rebounds, assists, field goals made, three-point field goals attempted and three-point field goal percentage and tied for second in steals…finished third on the team in defensive rebounds…2011: Started all five games of Philadelphia’s First Round series vs. Miami and averaged 11.4 points (.423 FG%, .714 FT%), 7.0 rebounds, 6.8 assists, 1.00 steals and 36.4 minutes…ranked among postseason leaders in assists (5th), defensive rebounds (22nd), total rebounds (27th), minutes (29th) and steals (tied-39th)…led the team in assists and finished second in defensive rebounds, total rebounds and tied for second in steals…ranked third on the team in offensive rebounds, free throws attempted, minutes and tied for third in blocks and free throws made…led the team in scoring once, rebounding twice and assists three times…scored in double figures three times, including one 20-point performance…reached double figures in rebounds and assists once each…notched two double-doubles…2009: Started all six games of the Sixers’ First Round series vs. Orlando and averaged 21.5 points (.449 FG%, .652 FT%), 6.7 assists, 6.3 rebounds, 1.83 steals and 44.8 minutes…averaged more minutes in the postseason than any other player…also ranked among postseason leaders in steals (5th), assists (7th), scoring (9th), defensive rebounds (22nd), total rebounds (tied-27th), assists per turnover (28th) and steals per turnover (33rd)…led the team in points, assists, steals, three-point field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and minutes…finished second on the team in field goals made and attempted, three-point field goal percentage, defensive rebounds and tied for second in total rebounds…topped the team in scoring, rebounding and assists three times each…scored in double figures in all six games and scored at least 20 points in all but one game…distributed double-figure assists on one occasion and registered one double-double…scored a postseason career-high 29 points in a Game 3 win at home on Apr. 24…followed up his Game 3 efforts with a postseason career-high 11 assists in Game 4 on Apr. 26…played a postseason career-high 46:41 minutes in Game 5 at Orlando on Apr. 28…2008: Started in each of the Sixers’ six contests vs. Detroit in the First Round and averaged 13.2 points (.333 FG%, .721 FT%), 4.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 2.17 steals and 39.0 minutes…set a postseason career high in free throw percentage…among postseason leaders, ranked in steals (2nd), assists (14th), minutes (24th) and steals per turnover (tied-26th)…led the team in assists, steals, free throws made and attempted and minutes…ranked second on the team in points and tied for second in three-point field goals made…finished third on the team in defensive rebounds and total rebounds…led the team in scoring twice and in assists in all but one game…scored in double-figures in all but one game and scored at least 20 points on one occasion…2005: Started all five games in Philadelphia’s First Round Series vs. Detroit, averaging 9.8 points (.465 FG%, .500 FT%), 4.6 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 2.80 steals and 38.4 minutes…led all postseason players in steals and ranked in steals per turnover (2nd), assists per turnover (6th), blocks (tied-24th), minutes (25th) and assists (32nd)…led all rookies in the postseason in steals and assists per turnover…also ranked among rookie postseason leaders in assists (2nd), steals per turnover (2nd), minutes (2nd), blocks (tied-2nd) and scoring (4th)…led the team in steals…ranked second on the team in assists, blocks and minutes…scored in double-figures on three occasions…made his playoff debut in Game 1 at Detroit on April 23.

INTERNATIONAL:

2014: Although he was selected as a member of the USA Men’s National Team player pool, had to withdraw from consideration for the impending World Cup due to injury…2012: Won an Olympic gold medal as a member of the USA Men’s National Team that finished undefeated both through the pre-Olympic tour and Olympic campaign…appeared as a reserve in all five games of the Men’s National Team pre-Olympic tour and averaged 5.2 points (.529 FG%, .500 FT%), 3.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.20 steals and 15.0 minutes…came off the bench in all eight contests of the Olympic games, averaging 4.3 points (.700 FG%, .500 FT%), 2.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 12.1 minutes…2010: Won a gold medal as a member of the Men’s National Team that finished undefeated in both the pre-World Championship tour and Word Championship games…marked the USA’s first FIBA world championship since 1994…started all four games of the pre-World Championship campaign, averaging 4.0 points (.333 FG%, .500 FT%), 3.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 2.25 steals and 24.0 minutes…led the team in steals per game and finished second in assists per game…started all nine World Championship games and averaged 5.7 points (.588 FG%, .474 FT%), 4.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.78 steals and 18.9 minutes…led the team in steals per game…2002: Captured a bronze medal as a member of the U18 World Championship Qualifying Team…started all five games of the Junior World Championship Qualifying Tournament and averaged 3.8 points (.471 FG%, .333 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 3.20 steals and 16.6 minutes.

HONORS:

2016-17: Led the NBA in assists per turnover…2014-15: Was named MVP of the 2015 NBA Finals…2013-14: Was selected as a member of the USA Basketball Men’s National Team player pool…earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors…2011-12: Was named to the 2012 USA Basketball Men’s National Team that captured the gold medal in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, United Kingdom…selected as an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game in Orlando…2010-11: Earned NBA All-Defensive Second Team honors…2009-10: Was named to the 2010 USA Basketball Men’s National Team that captured the gold medal at the 2010 FIBA World Championship in Turkey…2008-09: Led the NBA in minutes…2005-06: Was named MVP of the Rookie Challenge at NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston…finished as the runner-up in the Slam Dunk Competition at All-Star Weekend…2004-05: Was selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team…competed in the Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend.

BEFORE NBA

Played two years at the University of Arizona before becoming an early entry candidate for the 2004 NBA Draft…played in 62 games (34 starts) and averaged 9.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.53 steals and 25.4 minutes while shooting 42.4 percent from the field, 27.4 percent from three-point range and 73.8 percent from the foul line…did not miss a game in his career…is one of 22 former Wildcats to have been enshrined in the program’s Ring of Honor…helped lead the team to NCAA Tournament appearances in both his seasons…as a sophomore in 2003-04, started all 30 games while averaging 12.9 points (.450 FG%, .788 FT%), 8.4 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.60 steals and 32.1 minutes…was named an All-America Honorable Mention by the Associated Press, All-Pac-10 First Team, Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team, USBWA All-District 9 and NABC All-District 15 Second Team…was voted the Fiesta Bowl Classic Tournament MVP…ranked among Pac-10 leaders in assists (2nd), rebounding (3rd), assists per turnover (4th) and scoring (16th)…led the team in assists, defensive rebounds, total rebounds, steals, free throws attempted, minutes and tied for first in free throws made…posted three triple-doubles, joining Jason Kidd as the only individual in both program history and Pac-10 history to record more than one in the same season…scored a career-high 25 points at California on Feb. 5…grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds vs. Washington State on Feb. 28…dished out a career-high 11 assists vs. Liberty on Dec. 28…as a freshman in 2002-03, averaged 6.4 points (.381 FG%, .670 FT%), 4.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.47 steals and 19.2 minutes…was a Pac-10 All-Freshman Team selection…among team honors, was a co-recipient of the Most Outstanding Freshman Award.

PERSONAL LIFE

Full name is Andre Tyler Iguodala…son of Linda Shanklin…married his wife, Christina, in August 2015 in Cabo…has a son, Andre Tyler II…brother Frank played basketball at Lake Land College (Mattoon, IL.; 2000-02), and the University of Dayton (2002-04)…majored in education at Arizona…has an interest in technology and cites post-playing career opportunities in the Bay Area as one of the factors in choosing to sign with Golden State in 2013…together with Stephen Curry, led the inaugural Players Technology Summit in August 2017 in San Francisco, which brought together top leaders in the technology, venture capital and sports communities to exchange ideas and share expertise…led the inaugural NBPA Tech Summit in San Francisco in July 2016, which helped provide current and former NBA players with educational content and presentations from executives of major media and technology companies, site visits to several media and technology companies in Silicon Valley, networking opportunities with senior executives and influencers, and workshops designed to identify opportunities for players to pursue both during and after their NBA careers…spoke at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco in September 2015, discussing his life of basketball and business as well as his passion for the tech industry…was an investor and served as the Men’s Style Director for Twice, an online clothing retailer…awarded the key to the city of his hometown, Springfield, IL, when he returned to his alma mater, Lanphier High School, with the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy in August 2015...traveled to Japan as part of the NBA Clutch Time Trophy Tour during the summer of 2015...as part of the Warriors’ Plays for the Holidays initiative and NBA Cares Season of Giving, he and his family hosted a movie night for youth from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland…hosted Andre’s Book Drive in 2006 and 2007, leading to the donation of more than 2,600 new children’s books to Philadelphia READS…in 2004-05, hosted a Caps for Kids Drive, which brought in over 1,400 new hats that were donated to local children’s hospitals…established the Andre Iguodala Disaster Relief Fund in March 2006 to raise money to assist tornado victims in his hometown of Springfield…hobbies include golf, reading and video games…an avid golfer, played in the Frys.com Open Pro-Am in Napa prior to the PGA Tour’s season-opening event in October of 2015 and the Ellie Mae Classic Pro-Am at TPC Stonebrae in July 2016…is a big fan of the San Francisco 49ers…took over the @49ers account in the 2013 preseason and sounded the ceremonial foghorn in an on-field ceremony before a 49ers game in October of 2015…signed with the University of Arizona in the spring of 2002 after being released from his National Letter of Intent at Arkansas following Nolan Richardson’s departure…during the summer of 2001, named the AAU national tournament Most Valuable Player after hitting the game-winning shot at the final buzzer to give his team the 17-and-under national title…also earned three letters in track and field in high school.