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ANDRE IGUODALA RUMORS

Andre Iguodala trolls the masses on Twitter

Golden State Warriors forward and 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala hasn’t lost his sense of humor in the whirlwind that has been his life over the past month. Those not close to the situation in Oakland probably took Iggy’s tweet about wanting to be traded on Thursday night in a serious manner: Then trade me… https://t.co/eahYRKAKYf — Andre Iguodala (@andre) July 16...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala trolled Warriors fans with a fake trade demand

Golden State Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala is on top of the world after winning the Finals MVP and his first NBA championship. But somehow, he's still finding time to mess with all of his fans.   Iguodala took to Twitter to respond to a report that he would once again come off the bench next season for the Warriors, which sent everyone into a temporary panic:   (h/t @andre)
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala Trolls Warriors Fans With Fake Trade Demand

This tweet from Andre Iguodala had Golden State Warriors fans scared senseless.
Via Gamedayr
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala trolled Warriors fans with ‘trade me’ tweet

On Thursday, the San Jose Mercury-News published an article that discussed Steve Kerr’s coaching plans for next season. The headline reads “Kerr doesn’t anticipate Iguodala starting for Warriors next season.” Obviously, the Mercury-News has a Twitter account. And, when a link to the article appeared on its timeline, the headline accompanied it. Well, the tweet...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala Tweets “Then trade me…” When Reports Claim he Won’t Start Next Season

The reigning NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala took exception to a report that stated Steve Kerr doesn’t anticipate him starting for the Warriors next season.  Check out his Twitter retweet/reply after the jump: Iggy stepped up big in the NBA Finals, and was arguably the most important piece in the Warriors’ puzzle to shutting down LeBron James and the Cavaliers.  LeBron still...
Via Total Sports Blog
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The illogical NBA Finals MVP vote

I often advise my teenage kids on a variety of issues in their lives. They listen … sometimes. They put my advice into practice far less. Anyway, one nugget I often pass along is that they should always think with their brains, not with their emotions. Consider every challenge you meet logically, I tell them. The fairest and best solution will follow. Now if I can only convince...
Via The Sports Post
June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Timonen and Iguodala: Watching familiar faces win

Kimmo Timonen played the seven of his 16 seasons in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers before being traded to the Chicago Blackhawks this year. Andre Iguodala, an 11-year NBA..... The post Kimmo Timonen, Andre Iguodala And Watching Familiar Faces Win In Foreign Places appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Via The Sports Fan Journal
June 19, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: MC Hammer celebrates courtside with Iguodala

When potential NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala left Game 5 late in the fourth quarter on Sunday night, many people noticed a familiar face celebrating with him near the Golden State Warriors’ bench. Why, yes, that was MC Hammer. Hammer, whose real name is Stanley Burrell, was born and raised in Oakland. He is a...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala's offense rescues Golden State in Game 5

One of the great and lasting truths of sports — any sport — is that imperfection is part of the equation. Imperfect human beings contest championships and tournaments, so the notion of a flawless game is essentially a mirage. (LeBron James, of course, comes very close to meeting that standard, but that’s another conversation for another day.) The key to athletic greatness...
Via Crossover Chronicles
June 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Three important takeaways from Game 4 of the NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors evened the series at two games apiece with their 103-82 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4. 1. Speed Defeats Size After losing Game 3 and falling down two games to one, many wondered if Steve Kerr would make any changes to the rotation. The most obvious change he made was replacing Andrew Bogut in the starting lineup with Andre Iguodala. While...
Via RealGM - NBA
June 13, 2015  |  Discuss
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