Andre Iguodala clowns Stephen Curry for ‘Fresh Prince’ shimmy
Miami Heat swingman Andre Iguodala poked fun of his former teammate Stephen Curry after he busted out the shimmy in the Golden State Warriors’ 134-132 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday. The two-time MVP got groovy on the court after nailing a ridiculously deep 3-pointer near the logo in the third period.
Seems like Iggy was tuning in on the game as he tweeted out a “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” reference to Steph’s rather questionable dance moves.
Buddy just did the jump on it dance that will and Carlton did at the talent show…
— andre (@andre) February 7, 2021
Andre Iguodala has remained close to his former Warriors teammates over the years, especially to Stephen Curry whom he continues to roast from time to time. The 2015 NBA Finals MVP, after all, witnessed Curry perform that shimmy in person several times during his stint in The Bay from 2013-19.
The Warriors surprisingly let go of the 37-year-old swingman in 2019, to make space for the acquisition of D’Angelo Russell. He refused to play a single game for the Memphis Grizzlies before eventually moving to South Beach last year. Iggy reached the NBA Finals for the sixth straight season in 2020, but Miami failed to win the championship against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Iguodala is now on the tail-end of his NBA career, as most pundits believe he is practically a virtual lock to return to Golden State before retiring. The 6-foot-6 defensive specialist has come off the bench in 20 games for the Heat this season, averaging 4.8 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.1 steals in around 21 minutes per game.
While Steph’s latest shimmy came in a losing effort for the Warriors, he still put up 57 points on Saturday.