Andre Iguodala mentioned that Miami would be a perfect place for him to continue his NBA career. He expects to contribute a lot more than he did in the Golden State Warriors: “I can do a lot of different things here. It doesn’t have to be just defense or just passing. Or just in the corners”.
He’s ready to become a role model for the exciting, young members playing for the Miami Heat as well as teaming up with the veteran Jimmy Butler.
Iguodala, a former finals MVP in 2015 with the Golden State Warriors and 3-time NBA champion, was traded to the Heat from the Memphis Grizzlies alongside Jae Crowder and Solomon Hill on Wednesday.