It's been less than a week since Andre Iguodala retired from the NBA and the former Golden State Warriors veteran has already landed a new job.

Per Front Office Sports, Iggy is joining ESPN as an NBA analyst for the 2023-24 season alongside Becky Hammon, Austin Rivers, Stephanie White, and Scott Perry. Quite the group and Iguodala is undoubtedly a fantastic addition.

The 39-year-old brings a wealth of experience to the table after a whole 19 years of playing in the Association. Iggy was a first-round pick in 2004 out of the University of Arizona by the Philadelphia 76ers and spent eight seasons there. He then played for the Denver Nuggets for a year before joining the Warriors, becoming an integral part of the team both on and off the court during their dynasty days.

Andre Iguodala hadn't played a lot over the last two seasons due to injuries and certainly made the right decision to call it quits. However, it's refreshing to see he'll still be around the game in a very important way. ESPN always makes a point of plucking the smartest and best NBA minds around to join the company.

There's been quite a few changes to ESPN's broadcast for the new campaign. Doc Rivers and Doris Burke are in with Mike Breen, replacing Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson for the top team. Ryan Ruocco, JJ Redick, and Richard Jefferson will also broadcast a plethora of games.

Iguodala has hosted his own podcast for a number of years and clearly feels comfortable speaking on camera. A great position for him.