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Warriors’ Stephen Curry says it’s going to be hard to watch Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston on other teams

Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Warriors

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry admitted that it will be hard for him to see former teammates Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston playing for another team next season.

The Warriors had to part with both veteran guards for salary cap purposes. Curry had nothing but praise for Iguodala and Livingston, lauding his former teammates for “having the ultimate level of professionalism and leadership” during their time together in Golden State, per Cam Inman of the Mercury News.

Iguodala and Livingston were key figures during the success of the Warriors in the past five seasons. They helped the Warriors advance to the Finals for five straight years, winning three titles during that span. Curry expects both players to find a new home. He is convinced that Iguodala and Livingston can still bring a lot to the table.

“They have a lot left in the tank,” Curry said. “So it’s going to be fun, going to be hard to watch them on other teams. But look at all that we accomplished and those are things we’ll remember for a life time.”

Livingston will have a chance to pick his new team once he clears waivers. Iguodala, on the other hand, might need to wait. He was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies, who are still mulling over their options with the veteran guard.