Iguodala is a star in Philly and it will be difficult to unseat him.
Iggy's started each and every one of his 615 games in Philly since they drafted him in 2004, putting 15.3 points, 5.8 boards and 4.9 assists on the board per game.
In recent years, his scoring has diminished a bit, opening the door for younger talent to possibly get playing time.
Maurice Harkless, who the 76ers took at No. 15, could be that player.
Harkless is an amazing athlete, just as Iguodala was years ago, and although he's a good scorer, it's not his biggest strength.
Harkless is a great rebounder, with 8.6 per for St. John's last year, and runs the floor well for a man who's 6'9” tall.
Weighing in at only 190 pounds, he's got to get stronger in the offseason, and he needs to work on his shooting and ball-handling as well to become elite.
If he does, he'll be the starting small forward in Philadelphia, one day.
Rich Kurtzman is a freelance journalist. You can follow Rich on Facebook and/or Twitter.