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Andre Iguodala was brought to Denver for multiple reasons. A primary reason is his defensive ability, as he is one of the top perimeter defenders in the league. Offensively, his athletic ability gives him a productive, creative game.
I doubt the Nuggets thought he would be getting this creative.
Look below to see how Iggy decided to get to the rim and finish with a strong dunk:
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this play in the NBA, but it’s impressive nonetheless. Some think it should be considered a travel, since it really doesn’t have the intention of being a field goal attempt, but there’s really no way of enforcing it.
Andre Iguodala was looked at to be “the guy” in Philadelphia, but it never quite worked out. But the Nuggets could be the perfect fit for Iggy.
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