Andre Iguodala a uniquely valuable player for Warriors
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2014
The Iguodala Effect can be seen in the Warriors' record. Watch Warriors small forward Andre Iguodala in any given game these days and you may be inclined to think to yourself, Damn, what happened to that guy? Chris Ballard, routinely one of the best who does this, goes long on Andre Iguodala, a player who "cares about defense so much that he's still pissed about a single play from three weeks ago, in a game the Warriors won." PF: The Hook. It's also evident in his plus-minus rating, as he leads the league at plus-8.7, nearly a point higher than second-place Chris Paul and close to four points higher than LeBron James. Andre Iguodala plays defense. You'll see a player who averages close to two steals while rarely gambling, who recovers with remarkable speed to shooters, who has at times guarded opposing point guards when Stephen Curry can't or is out of the game. You'll see the rare or is that the only? former All-Star still in his prime who's been willing to drastically sublimate his offensive game for the good of the team .
The 10-man rotation, starring Andre Iguodala, who seriously has not fallen off
A look around the league and the Web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out. C: Sports Illustrated. Chris Ballard, rou…