Somebody not named Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, or Draymond Green has created some of the most memorable moments in Golden State Warriors history. The wing who’s doing an excellent job beating father time, Andre Iguodala, has made some of the most unforgettable moments in the history of this franchise. He joined the Dubs once again on Friday after the Miami Heat declined his team option. The 37-year-old accepted the veteran’s minimum in order to link up with his former team, where he spent six seasons from 2013 to 2019, winning three titles in the process with the Warriors.

It’s impossible to get this right, but here are some of the many great moments of Iguodala in a Warriors uniform.

One of the first memories that come to mind with Iguodala is the famous behind-the-back into a crossover against then Denver Nuggets Quincy Miller.

This move was sick! Any time you drop a defender with a crossover, the crowd goes crazy. Watching it seemed like it was in slow motion to spectators, that is. For Miller, I’m sure it was a lot faster than it looked to us. A lot of times, when players get their ankles broke, contact on the play occurs. When it came to this crossover, it was just ball handling at its finest. The reaction of Iguodala and his teammates says it all.

Another Igoudala signature moment came in game two of the Western Conference Finals. In a very tight game against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors had a three-point lead at the end of the fourth quarter, with ten seconds left and the ball in the hands of the best closer in the game Damian Lillard.  Everyone besides Iguodala knew it was Dame time because Iggy had other plans.

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Iguodala sealed the deal on the game two victory, then sprinted to the locker room in celebration, or maybe he needed to go to the bathroom. Whatever the reason was, he saved the day.

Finally, the most significant moment of Iguodala’s career came directly after winning his first championship. The Warriors fan favorite was chosen as the NBA Finals MVP, which most NBA players will never receive.

He played excellent defense on LeBron James the entire season while being productive offensively. James still managed big numbers during the series, but Iguodala made it as tough as possible for James to score or get in a rhythm. Which ended up being the main reason he became the 2015 NBA Finals MVP.

Now that Andre Iguodala has returned to the Warriors, fans are excited and anxious to see the magic the 37-year-old still can bring. Who knows how much success the Warriors will have, but one thing you can count on is Iguodala giving it his all and creating more memorable moments as he did for years in the past in the Bay Area. He will surely be a key piece off the bench for Steve Kerr as Golden State looks to make some noise in 2021/22 after missing out on the playoffs last season.