Warriors forward Andre Iguodala admits he’s feeling old, says his playing days will ‘soon’ end
It seems that the amount of work he’s put in over the past half a decade is starting to take its toll on his body. Iguodala recently admitted that he’s already feeling old and that his playing days will be over soon.
Andre Iguodala on how he’s feeling these days pic.twitter.com/5V0zBDJaQ2
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) May 25, 2019
But make no mistake about it. Iguodala is happy with what’s happening in his career. He seems content about the facts that are laid on the table. At this point, he just wants to make the most out of whatever opportunity is left for him to take.
The former Finals MVP just turned 35 this year, and it is safe to say that he has two or three years left in the NBA. The thought of retiring is starting to knock on his door.
This season, Iguodala played 67 games, but his production took a major hit, averaging only 5.7 points and 3.7 rebounds per game.
Still, Iguodala can be relied on when the stakes are high and the games matter the most.
There is no denying that Iguodala’s arrival in Golden State has helped the fr25anchise in a lot of ways. He’s an integral part of the dynasty that they were able to build, and there’s no question that when everything is said and done, his jersey will be seen hanging in the rafters of Chase Center.