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Warriors: Jordan Bell and Andre Iguodala Expected to Return Wednesday

Jordan Bell and Andre Iguodala are both listed as probable to play on Wednesday night against the Lakers after missing time due to injury. Jordan Bell was in the middle of a fantastic rookie season before he suffered a severe sprained ankle against the Bulls on January 17th. That ankle...
Via Blue Man Hoop
3 days ago

Warriors lose to Blazers 125-108, despite 40 points from Kevin Durant

There was a playoff atmosphere in Portland, as Golden State’s seven-game losing streak was snapped. No Stephen Curry. No Andre Iguodala. No David West. No Jordan Bell. No Patrick McCaw. No problem. No, wait, problem. This game was immediately a problem for the Golden State Warriors, who trailed by as much as 15 in the early going. And while it was a problem that they flirted with...
Via Golden State of Mind
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Players Only: Dre Days in L.A.

Andre Iguodala takes us behind the scenes of his clothing fitting with Good Counsel.
Via YouTube
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala is flipping the switch at the right time for the Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors have been playing pretty good basketball in the new year. They aren’t clicking on both ends to the degree that they would like heading into the playoffs, but 18-6 in the new year isn’t half bad. The Warriors are also riding a six-game winning streak and according to Klay Thompson, they would like to run the table heading into the postseason. The defense...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Warrior Wonder: Iguodala stomps “A-Town” in clutch performance

Andre Iguodala adds yet another clutch performance to his glorious Warriors history, clinching a tough road win There has been much murmuring and complaining in Dub Nation during these dark days that have shrouded the franchise since it fell 1⁄2 a game behind the Houston Rockets for the best record in February. “Where is our killer instinct?!”, one fan grumbles...
Via Golden State of Mind
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Iguodala seals a 114-109 win over the Hawks with a game-ending steal and dunk

Andre Iguodala steals the ball on the Hawks’ last possession to help give the Warriors a perfect road trip. The Golden State Warriors earned a 114-109 win over the Atlanta Hawks in a game that was closer than what most would have predicted. The Hawks, down by 3 points, would have the chance to tie or win the game with the final possession of the game and 14 seconds left on the clock...
Via Golden State of Mind
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala is returning to form

After a lackluster first half of the season, Andre Iguodala is showing signs of life as the playoffs approach. The Warriors haven’t played to their full potential during the regular season this year, and Andre Iguodala has been emblematic of their struggles. A Finals MVP and Sixth Man of the Year contender, Iguodala has brought veteran leadership, elite defense, and glue-guy versatility...
Via Golden State of Mind
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr lets Warriors players coach themselves during timeouts

Steve Kerr tried some next-level coaching on Monday. In fact, his strategy was to let his players coach themselves during timeouts.During the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Phoenix Suns, Kerr was seen stepping aside during timeouts and letting his players run the huddle. Andre Iguodala ran one of the timeouts: Draymond Green and David West also ran timeouts. Even JaVale...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 13, 2018  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr allows Warriors players to coach themselves during timeouts

Steve Kerr was on the sideline for Monday’s game against the Suns, but he elected to delegate some of his in-game coaching duties to the players.Kerr, who is known as a players’ coach, let the Warriors do exactly that during the game. He decided to allow his players to handle the coaching of the plays during timeouts in the Western Conference matchup, according to the Warriors broadcast...
Via The Sports Daily
February 12, 2018  |  Discuss

Iguodala explains how he ended up re-signing with Warriors

Andre Iguodala had a fairly simple explanation for how he got $48 million guaranteed from the Golden State Warriors.Iguodala, who was not expected to get that much if he returned to Golden State, explained that it came about very simply — he took every interested party seriously and didn’t use people for leverage.“When you’re going through free agency — not to give away a gem — but...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 03, 2017  |  Discuss

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