In July of 2019, Iguodala was traded by the Warriors with a first-round pick to the Grizzlies for Julian Washburn. He didn't suit up for the Grizzlies and was traded to the Heat in February along with Jae Crowder and Solomon Hill during the three-team deal that also saw Dion Waiters, Justise Winslow and Gorgui Dieng go to the Grizzlies while James Johnson landed on the Timberwolves. The veteran made his debut Feb. 9 against the Trail Blazers, recording two points, six rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block. On Feb. 24 against the Cavaliers, Iguodala blocked a season-high four shots while also posting three points, four assists and three rebounds. On Mar. 6 against the Pelicans, Iguodala swiped a season-high three steals, adding 10 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two blocks. Iguodala's next several milestones occurred during the NBA bubble in Orlando following the hiatus of the season due to COVID-19. On Aug. 4 in a win over the Celtics, the wing grabbed a season-high eight rebounds, also posting six points, four assists, two blocks and one steal. Two days later against the Bucks, Iguodala recorded a season-high 12 points, a season-high eight assists and seven rebounds. He matched his season-high 12 points another two days later in a game against the Suns. During the first three rounds of the playoffs against the Pacers, Bucks and Celtics, Iguodala averaged 4.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.0 steals. In the NBA Finals against the Lakers, he averaged 3.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists. His best overall playoff effort was Game 6 against Boston, where Iguodala recorded 15 points (5-5 FG, 4-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, two steals and one assist with no turnovers.2018
Iguodala played in 68 games for the two-time defending champion Warriors in 2018-19, starting 13 of those contests. In his fifth season with the Warriors -- and 15th in the NBA -- Iguodala was on the court for 23.2 minutes per contest. The veteran was an all-around contributor, averaging 5.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.2 assists. Iguodala also recorded nearly one block (0.8) and one steal (0.9) per contest. He posted three games with three steals and swatted a season-high three shots at Philadelphia on Mar. 2. Known as a significant force on the defensive end due to his athleticism, length and agility, Iguodala shot 50 percent from the field (on the dot, in this case) for the third time in his career. He was particularly potent from inside the arc, connecting on an impressive 65.2 percent of those shots. Despite not being a focal point of Golden State's offense, Iguodala repeatedly showed that he could still score when given the opportunity. He scored in double figures on nine occasions, including a season-high 23 points against the Lakers on Christmas. Iggy upped his game for the playoffs. Over the course of 21 games -- 15 of which he started -- he averaged 9.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists per contest. He put up his finest postseason effort in Game 6 of the Finals, racking up 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting with three 3-pointers.2017
In 2017-18, Iguodala's fifth campaign with the Warriors and his age-34 season, he appeared in 64 games, stepping back into the lineup for seven starts. He saw 25.3 minutes per game, averaging 6.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists. Despite his limited role, Iguodala managed to score in double digits 13 times, with eight of those performances coming off the bench. He peaked with 14 points twice, including perhaps his finest all-around performance of the year Feb. 28 against Washington, when he added seven rebounds, two assists, a steal and three blocks. Iguodala also recorded a season-high 10 assists on Dec. 14. The Warriors again went to the playoffs and, for the fourth consecutive year, matched up with the Cavaliers in the Finals. Through the first three rounds, Iguodala averaged 7.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals in 27.4 minutes. However, he suffered a knee injury in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals against Houston and didn't play again until the last two games of the Warriors' sweep of the Cavs. During Iguodala's two Finals games, he averaged 9.5 points, 2.0 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.0 blocks in 22.3 minutes.2016
The 2016-17 campaign marked Iguodala's fourth year with the Warriors and 13th in the NBA. He appeared in 76 games (no starts) and averaged 7.6 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.0 steal across 26.3 minutes. Still an effective defender, he ranked 12th in the league in Defensive Box Plus/Minus (1.7). His top performance of regular season came in a Mar. 6 win over the Hawks, when Iguodala played 35 minutes, posting 24 points, five rebounds, four assists, three steals and a block. Golden State finished the season 67-15 and, for the third straight season, Iguodala's club went to the NBA Finals. This time, they swept the Trail Blazers, Jazz and Spurs in the first three rounds, with Iguodala averaging 6.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists across 25.3 minutes per game. Matched up against Cleveland for the third straight year, the Warriors came out on top in only five games in the Finals. Iguodala -- who'd won Finals MVP two seasons prior in the two teams' initial championship bout -- again served a key role defensively against LeBron James. He also averaged 8.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 28.2 minutes. His best game of the entire postseason came in the title-clinching Game 5 against the Cavaliers, in which he made 9-of-14 shots for 20 points, four rebounds and three assists in 38 minutes.2015
The 2015-16 season marked Iguodala's third with Golden State. He appeared in 65 games (one start), averaging 7.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.1 steals in 26.6 minutes. The veteran shot 47.8 percent from the field, 35.1 percent from three and 61.4 percent from the charity stripe. He recorded a double-double in 43:51 off the bench against Boston on Dec. 11, tallying 13 points with 10 rebounds. Iguodala posted arguably his best game of the season Dec. 31 in a 114-110 win over the Rockets, notching 20 points, four assists, three rebounds, a steal and a block across 33 minutes. The Warriors finished the season with the best record in NBA history, 73-9. Once again, they went to the NBA Finals with Iguodala serving as a key reserve. Through the first three rounds of the playoffs, Iguodala averaged 8.8 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.4 steals across 31.1 minutes. The Warriors were defeated in the NBA Finals by the Cavaliers in a seven-game series. For the second straight year, Iguodala raised his game in the Finals, lifting his averages to 9.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists in 34.1 minutes. However, his top postseason performance came in Game 4 of the first round against the Rockets, when Iguodala played 24 minutes, posting 22 points, five rebounds, four assists and a steal.2014
Iguodala's second season with the Warriors saw him switch to a reserve role for the first time in his career. After starting every game he'd played for nine straight seasons, he came off the bench for all 77 of his appearances in 2014-15. Nonetheless, Iguodala maintained a significant reserve role for the Warriors, who finished 67-15 in the regular season. He averaged 7.8 points, 3.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.2 steals across 26.9 minutes per game. Iguodala posted three 20-point games, 17 games with at least five rebounds, 18 games with at least five assists, and 10 efforts with three or more steals. The Warriors advanced through the playoffs with Iguodala occupying his usual bench role and more or less duplicating his regular-season stats. That is, until the Finals. Halfway into the deciding six-game series with the Cavaliers, Iguodala stepped into the starting lineup. Over the next three games -- all wins -- he averaged 20.3 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals, leading the Warriors to the championship and taking home the title of Finals MVP. He was the first player to win that honor without starting every game of the Finals.2013
Following one season with the Nuggets, Iguodala was dealt to the Warriors as part of a three-team sign-and-trade deal ahead of the 2013-14 campaign. Injuries limited him to 63 games, but he still managed to make the NBA's All-Defensive First Team on the back of his 1.5 steals per game as well as the sixth-best Defensive Box Plus/Minus (2.4) in the league. Iguodala averaged 9.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.2 assists. He shot 48.0 percent from the field, 35.4 percent from three and 65.2 percent from the charity stripe. The veteran also picked up two double-doubles. Arguably his best performance of the season came in a win over his old 76ers team on Nov. 4, when Iguodala posted 32 points along with three rebounds, three assists, three steals and a block across 33 minutes. The Warriors finished the season 51-31, making the playoffs but losing in the first round to the Clippers in a seven-game series. Iguodala averaged 13.1 points, 4.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 1.3 steals in 35.4 minutes during postseason play. In Game 4, a 21-point home win, he played 42 minutes, accumulating 22 points with nine assists, four rebounds, a steal and a block.2012
After spending the first eight years of his career with the 76ers, Iguodala was dealt to the Nuggets in a four-team trade ahead of the 2012-13 campaign. The veteran's first season with his new team saw him hit the 80-game mark for the sixth time, and he started every one. Iguodala averaged 13.0 points, 5.4 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals across 34.7 minutes per game. His 139 total steals ranked eighth in the NBA. Iguodala scored a season-high 29 points on two occasions, including a particularly well-rounded performance against Portland Feb. 27 in which he added eight assists, seven rebounds and five steals. He recorded five-steal games on five separate occasions. Iguodala picked up a tirple-double Apr. 10 against San Antonio, totaling 12 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists. He put together 10 double-doubles as well. Denver finished the season 57-25 but lost to the Warriors in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. Iguodala turned it up for postseason play, averaging 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 2.0 steals in 40.5 minutes per game.2011
The lockout-shortened 2011-12 NBA season saw Iguodala finally rewarded for his many seasons of success with his first All-Star selection. For the season, he averaged 12.4 points, 6.1 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.2 three-pointers over 35.6 minutes per game. Iguodala ranked seventh in total steals (107), ninth in Defensive Rating (97.8), seventh in Defensive Win Shares (4.2), second in Defensive Box Plus/Minus (2.5) and eighth in Value Over Replacement Player (3.3) in the NBA. On Jan. 14 during a win at Washington, Iguodala tallied a season-high 23 points with seven rebounds, five assists and five steals (also a season high). He recorded a triple-double on Jan. 28 against Detroit, collecting 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. On Apr. 17 against the Pacers, he scored 23 with seven rebounds again, this time adding six assists and a steal. The stat-stuffing veteran tallied double-digit rebounds seven times and double-digit assists five times. Over the course of 13 starts in the Sixers' two-series playoff run, he averaged 12.9 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.5 steals. Iguodala double-doubled in Game 4 of the first round against Chicago, notching 14 points and 12 rebounds.2010
The typically durable Iguodala played in 67 games for in 2010-11 for Philadelphia. It was his first non-82-game season since the 2006-07 campaign. He continued providing the Sixers with well-rounded production. Across 36.9 minutes per contest, he averaged 14.1 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.5 steals and a career-high 6.3 assists per game. Iguodala turned in nine game with double-digit assists -- the most of his career -- and racked up three triple-doubles. Only LeBron James recorded more triple-doubles than Iguodala. The veteran also set a new personal best with 16 assists during a 100-98 victory over the Knicks on Feb. 4. The finest of the three triple-doubles came Mar. 4 against Minnesota, when he tallied 22 points, 13 assists, 10 rebounds, a steal and a block. Iguodala managed to make the All-Defensive Second Team for the first time. The 76ers finished the season 41-41, making the playoffs but losing to the Heat in the first round. Coming back from injury for the postseason, Iguodala averaged 11.4 points, 7.0 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 1.0 steals in 36.4 minutes, heating up as the five-game series went on. An Achilles injury and knee tendinitis forced "Iggy" to miss 15 games during the season.2009
Iguodala remained a model of durability in 2009-10, starting all 82 games for the Sixers for the third straight season and the fifth time in his six-year career. Again responsible for huge minutes (38.9 per game), Iguodala averaged 17.1 points per contest while setting new career highs in rebounds (6.5) and assists (5.8) per game. He played the second-most total minutes in the league (3,193) while finishing 10th in assists (472) and sixth in steals (141). Iguodala scored 20-plus points on 29 occasions and 30-plus points four times. He book-ended the season with star performances. On Oct. 31, the third game of the regular season, he went off for 32 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds and a steal in a win over the Knicks. Five months later, with the campaign winding down, he dropped a season-high 33 points with 11 boards, eight assists and five steals in an Apr. 3 loss to Toronto. The veteran forward set a new personal best with 17 rebounds on Mar. 15 against the Knicks, adding 14 points for one of his 11 double-doubles on the year.2008
After signing a new six-year contract extension with the Sixers, Iguodala started all 82 games for a second straight season -- and the fourth time in his five NBA campaigns -- in 2008-09. He remained a steady cross-category producer while leading the league in minutes per game (39.9). Across all that playing time, he averaged 18.8 points with 5.7 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.6 steals. Iguodala ranked ninth in the league in steals (131) and 10th in Value Over Replacement Player (4.3). His most well-rounded performance of the season came in a Jan. 17 win over the Knicks, when Iguodala accumulated 28 points (10-17 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 5-8 FT), 10 rebounds, seven assists and three steals. All in all, Iguodala totaled 11 regular-season double-doubles -- six with rebounds, five with assists. He cleared 30 points on two occasions, dropping a season-high 31 along with nine rebounds against Detroit on Apr. 4. Though the Sixers again were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs, Iguodala had his best postseason yet. Over the six-game series against Orlando, he averaged 21.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 1.8 steals. Iguodala recorded his first career playoff double-double in Game 4, notching 13 points and 11 assists.2007
The 2007-08 season saw Iguodala start all 82 games for the third time in his four-year career. He played 39.5 minutes per contest, averaging career highs in points (19.9) and steals (2.1) while also contributing 5.4 rebounds and 4.8 assists. The Arizona product ranked third in the NBA in minutes (3,242), third in steals (171) and ninth in Value Over Replacement Player (4.9). On Jan. 16, he fell one point short of his career high by scoring 33 points along with six rebounds, five assists and two blocks in a win over Charlotte. Iguodala delivered his perhaps his best performance of the season Apr. 4 during a 109-104 win over the Hawks. He played 45 minutes in that game, posting 30 points, 10 assists, three rebounds, a steal and a block. That was one of eight double-doubles on the year for Iguodala -- five with points and boards, three with points and dimes. Iguodala got his second taste of the playoffs in the Sixers' first-round loss to Detroit. He averaged 13.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.2 steals across the six-game series. In Game 1, he nearly nabbed his first playoff triple-double, scoring 16 points with nine rebounds and eight assists.2006
Iguodala appeared in 76 games for the 76ers in 2006-07, seeing 40.3 minutes per contest. He set career-high averages in points (18.2), assists (5.7) and steals (2.0) while contributing 5.7 rebounds per game. Iguodala ranked sixth in the NBA in terms of minutes played (3,062) and second in total steals (152). He racked up 20-plus points on 33 occasions, exceeding 30 points four times. The third-year man recorded a new career high in points Jan. 24, when he poured in 34 along with nine assists in a win over Cleveland. He pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds Nov. 22, adding 18 points and 10 assists for the first of his three triple-doubles on the season. Iguodala twice recorded a career-high 15 assists, complementing both of those impressive efforts with 20-plus points and seven rebounds.2005
Iguodala started all 82 games for a second consecutive season in 2005-06, setting career highs nearly across the board. He saw 37.6 minutes per game, averaging 12.3 points, 5.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.6 steals. Iguodala was one of the most efficient players in the league, ranking eighth in true-shooting percentage (59.8) on the back of 50.0 percent shooting from the field, 35.4 percent from three and 75.4 percent from the free-throw line. He set a new career high with 27 points on Apr. 18 against the Nets. Arguably his best performance of the season came Nov. 16 against Toronto, when Iguodala posted 26 points with 10 rebounds for one of his seven double-doubles on the year. On Apr. 2, he matched his career high with 10 assists alongside 20 points, eight rebounds and two steals in a win over the Knicks. Iguodala recorded a career-high-tying six steals on two occasions. He also finished as the runner-up in the Slam Dunk Contest during February's All-Star festivities.2004
Following two years at Arizona, Iguodala was selected with the ninth overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft by the 76ers. He proceeded to play all 82 games, averaging 9.0 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.7 steals (eighth in the league) over 32.8 minutes. Those numbers garnered him a spot on the 2004-05 All-Rookie team. Iguodala scored a season-high 22 points on two occasions. The first was arguably his finest performance of the year, a Dec. 27 win over Portland, when he added 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals. That was one of his four double-doubles on the season. Iguodala also recorded his first career triple-double Mar. 23 against Detroit, recording 10 points along with 10 rebounds and 10 assists, with four steals to boot. He appeared in five playoff games, averaging 9.8 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 2.8 steals and 1.0 blocks as the 76ers were bounced by the Pistons in the first round.
June 24, 2004Drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1st round (9th pick) of the 2004 NBA Draft.
July 1, 2004Signed a rookie three-year contract with the Philadelphia 76ers
August 1, 2008Signed a six-year contract with the Philadelphia 76ers
August 10, 2012As part of a 4-team trade, traded by the Philadelphia 76ers to the Denver Nuggets
July 1, 2013Signed a four-year contract with the Denver Nuggets
July 10, 2013As part of a 3-team trade, traded by the Denver Nuggets to the Golden State Warriors in exchange for a 2018 2nd round draft pick
July 12, 2017Signed a three-year contract with the Golden State Warriors
July 7, 2019Traded by the Golden State Warriors with cash and a 2024 1st round draft pick to the Memphis Grizzlies for Julian Washburn.
February 6, 2020As part of a 3-team trade, traded by the Grizzlies, along with Jae Crowder and Solomon Hill, to the Heat in exchange for James Johnson, Justise Winslow and Dion Waiters.