Andre Iguodala confirms his retirement from the NBA

Andre Iguodala made his NBA retirement official after 19 seasons and four championships.

 Along with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, he was one of the greatest players for the Golden State Warriors during that incredible era.

"It was a lovely run. A lovely ride. I have performed for outstanding companies in fantastic cities.

 Excellent teammates I had. It is the ideal moment. I was running out of time and did not want to load the back seat with anything. I did not want to be forced to attempt time delegation any longer.

Andre Iguodala averaged 11.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 4.2 assists over the course of his illustrious career, 

 which spanned 1231 games. He won a gold medal at the Olympics in 2012 and was named the MVP of the 2015 NBA Finals. 

Iguodala began his professional career with the Sixers (2004–2012), and he later played for the Miami Heat (2020–2021) as well as the Denver Nuggets (2012–2013).

Andre Iguodala announced his retirement in his first interview, which he gave to Andscape.

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