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3 Possible Destinations for the Memphis Star Andre Iguodala.

Andre Iguodala currently plays as a Small Forward or a Shooting Guard for the Memphis Grizzlies in the NBA. Being named in the Defensive Team of the season twice, Iggy is best known for his spell in the star-studded Golden State Warriors. There, he won the NBA Championship thrice in 2015, 2017, and 2018. Although, the 35-year-old is now looking for a change in the picture and following are the teams where we could see him after the Grizzlies:

Philadelphia 76ers:

The Philadelphia 76ers is a popular team for many reasons, all thanks to their position in the Eastern Conference. They have won 17 of their last 24 games and sit comfortably in the 4th position. Andre Iguodala had his most immeasurable years in a Sixers jersey. Unfortunately, at that time the team was brittle and he had very little help. Having said that, he will now have the opportunity to play alongside the likes of Embiid and Ben Simmons. This trio will together strive to present the advantage required to put them in a more comfortable position. Iggy will also provide the much-needed leadership and experience that the Sixers might lack sometimes. His addition would definitely benefit the team.

Toronto Raptors:

The Raptors have started the season hungry. After losing their star player Kawhi Leonard, they want to continue to be one of the greatest teams in the East. In fact, players like Gasol, Siakam, and Lowry have done quite well to keep the Raptors at the 5th spot in the Eastern Conference. If they are prepared to get Iggy, he would at least substitute Leonard’s defensive ability. Andre Iguodala would give the Raptors another defensive option that would give them a clear edge over the Milwaukee Bucks in the East. Although he is entering his late 30s, his athleticism and strong upper body still help him defend four positions.

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Los Angeles Clippers

The Clippers have two wonderful swingmen in Paul George and Kawhi Leonard. Adding another one would considerably help their purpose in maintaining contestants such as LeBron James. A few years ago, Iguodala won the Finals MVP principally for stopping LeBron from making holes in the Warriors’ defense. This a shred of evidence to LeBron’s prominence. It also symbolizes how Andre Iguodala can be a significant bit to a title contender like the Clippers this season. If Andre Iguodala wants a shot at a ring one more time, he needs to make this happen.

Pranav Khatri

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