4-Time NBA Champ Set To Make Season Debut

It's taken 39 games, but the Golden State Warriors are finally getting one of their veteran leaders back on the court. 

18-year veteran and 4-time champ Andre Iguodala will make his season debut on Saturday; he made the announcement on his Point Forward podcast.

"I’m a little nervous, but actually, I am also excited you know? I try to play cool, calm and collected all the time, but excited to get there on the court, it’s finally happening. Patience is a virtue and we are finally here.”

Iguodala has been recovering from a lingering hip injury. He has said that the 2022-23 season will be his swan song in the NBA.

Iggy has four championship rings with the Dubs, and a Finals MVP. For his career, he's averaged 11.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.2 assists, while shooting 35.5% from three in the postseason.

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Photo: John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports