Veteran NBA basketball player Andre Iguodala announced that he will play his last season as a professional with the Golden State Warriors.
The information was released by the player himself on the 'Point Forward' podcast, revealing that he will play his 19th campaign in the best basketball in the world. A
Despite this, he explained that it will be his last campaign as a professional player.
The Oakland squad had reserved a spot on their roster in the hope that Iguodala would confirm his continuity with the team, who had been thoughtful about his future.
In this way the Warriors ensure a figure of great experience and complete the maximum quota of twenty contracts for the 'training camp'.
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Iguodala played a big role in all three of Golden State's championships over the past decade, even being named Finals MVP in 2015.
Throughout his career with the Warriors, Iguodala records a total of 11.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game within the NBA.