It remains a question for Andre Iguodala himself if he’ll come back to play or not anymore in the NBA.
As relayed by Shams Charania of The Athletic, Iguodala is yet to decide on this matter, wherein there’s no clear indication on where he is leaning to.
His decision will be crucial with training camp getting nearer for the teams within the association this late September.
Should he return, the Warriors will gladly let him occupy their remaining spot in the 15-man roster. But if not, the franchise could let it be open and opt to not fill it in order to shed their financial woes as the highest paying team in the league.
Iguodala made a return last 2021 offseason to the Bay Area after two seasons with the Miami Heat. Unlike the integral sixth man role he portrayed for them in his first stint, the veteran settled to become a vocal mentor for the young guns of the Dubs’ lineup.
He averaged 4.0 points, 3.7 assists, 3.2 boards per 19.5 minutes of play in 31 games for last season, as he won his fourth title in eight years with the Warriors.