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Sunday, May 14, 2023

Andre Iguodala says he isn't sure if he get retired after 19 seasons

Andre Iguodala says he isn't sure if he get retired after 19 seasons. (Read More Here).

After the Golden State Warriors’ Game 6 defeat and eventual playoff exit at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers, reports started to emerge that Andre Iguodala has decided to retire. However, by the looks of it, Iguodala isn’t sure yet what he’ll do.

Interestingly, Iguodala took to Twitter on Sunday to share a one-word message where he seemingly addresses the retirement talks. He didn’t elaborate or specify what it’s really about, though many were quick to assume it’s about the retirement reports involving his name.

Iguodala only wrote “No” on his tweet, which only sparked further questions about his future.

Iguodala is widely expected to retire, having contemplated retirement after last season before being convinced to return by Golden State's other veterans. A key piece to this Warriors dynasty, including a Finals MVP in 2015, Iguodala is highly regarded by Golden State and their fanbase.

If Iguodala does decide to retire, it was an unfortunate final season or him, as injuries limited even the minor role he was expected to play on the court. While Iguodala was primarily expected to be a veteran presence on the bench for Golden State, injuries limited him to just 8 regular season games and 0 postseason games.

In 8 seasons with the Warriors, Iguodala has appeared in 452 regular season games and 111 postseason games. Iguodala's 111 postseason games with Golden State ranks 4th in franchise history, trailing only Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson.

As for his cryptic message on Twitter, this is nothing new for Iguodala, who regular uses his Twitter account for vague messages that keep fans guessing. This latest edition is as vague as it gets, and fans are debating what the veteran forward could mean by it.

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