Andre Iguodala just completed his seventh season with the Golden State Warriors. There's no denying that the former Finals MVP has been integral to the dynasty of the Dubs and their four championships, but if you ask teammate Draymond Green, he firmly believes that this year was Iguodala's most impactful season with the team.

According to Green, Iguodala played an ever more critical role for the Warriors this season as opposed to when he was in his prime a few years back:

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“I didn’t think it would be possible as an NBA Finals MVP [which Iguodala won in 2015] that we probably felt your impact this year more than any year that you were competing and playing and dominating and clamping and settling our offense down and getting us into the position,” Green said, via Ira Winderman of the South Floride SunSentinel. “I didn’t think that would be possible. I am 100 percent certain we don’t do this without you and your leadership and showing us the way.”

Iguodala played a minimal role for the Warriors this past season in terms of his time on the court. However, as Green stated above, Iguodala made a major impact on the team in spite of his limited run. Iguodala's leadership and veteran presence were just what the Dubs needed, and it was an undeniably crucial factor in their recent championship conquest.