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LeBron’s big game paces Cavs to easy win over Warriors

LeBron James decided he wasn’t ready to hand over his thrown as the face of the NBA on Thursday night, making a 40-point night and Cleveland’s 110-99 victory over the Warriors look easy in a nationally televised game that many believe represented an NBA Finals preview. James played only 36 minutes and needed only 25 field-goal attempts to beat a swarm of Warriors defenders (Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala) for 42 points, 11 rebounds and five assists. James was able to bask in his own glory on the bench for much of the game’s final 8:32 as Cleveland (37-22) moved to...
Liberty Ballers Feb 12, 2015

He Got (Nate) Robbed: The Oral History of the 2006 NBA Slam Dunk Contest

Where were you when Andre Iguodala got his 2006 NBA Dunk Contest championship snatched away? Someday in the not-too-distant future, the Sixers will be sending their entire roster to participate in All-Star Weekend events. As the franchise builds toward that day, we're left to reflect on moments past that fade with each passing year. One that's hard to forget is Andre Iguodala's display and subsequent snub at the 2006 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Iguodala, then in the midst of his sophomore season and a few years shy of his big-money extension, was still in the good graces of Philadelphia as the...

Andre Iguodala is flying high as Warriors’ backup

NEW YORK — When Andre Iguodala intercepted a pass near half court and started racing toward the Warriors’ basket during the second quarter of Saturday night’s game against the Knicks, Stephen Curry leaped off the bench, extended his arms to the sides and started buzzing around like an airplane. Before Iguodala could even take flight for his arena-shaking dunk, Curry was sending a signal that the open-floor athlete the Warriors thought they were acquiring two summers ago has finally arrived. “He’s been really aggressive the past four or five games, and that’s when he’s at his...
Rotoworld Feb 5, 2015

Andre Iguodala becoming relevant again - Andre Iguodala (G/F) Golden State Warriors

Andre Iguodala had seven points, seven rebounds, five assists, a steal, a block and a 3-pointer on 3-of-7 shooting in 30 minutes off the bench on Wednesday.

Warriors 106, Suns 87: Pence got the crowd going, but it was Andre Iguodala that got the Warriors going

Hunter Pence gave the Warriors a bit of lift Saturday night at Oracle Arena. Sitting courtside next to owner Joe Lacob, the Giants’ outfielder was introduced during a timeout in the second quarter when Golden State wasn’t going so hot.… Continue Reading →The post Warriors 106, Suns 87: Pence got the crowd going, but it was Andre Iguodala that got the Warriors going appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

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