Andre Iguodala's 2011-12 campaign is difficult to classify in a few words.
It's clear that without the play of their 6'6" swingman, there's no way that the Philadelphia 76ers would have come within shouting distance of a date with the Miami Heat in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. But there are also those who point to Iguodala's flaws (his free-throw shooting, his lack of scoring) as evidence that he can't effectively lead a team.
The Sixers' deep playoff run convinced many that the franchise isn't all that far away from being a legitimate contender. So for those who still question whether or not Iguodala can be the team's central figure, here are 10 reasons why the 76ers can build a winner around their star small forward.