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Andre Iguodala's incredible All Star weekend dunk.
Will his All-Star legacy be only his MVP performance in the Rookie-Sophomore Game and his incredible from-behind-the-backboard dunk off the assist from Allen Iverson?
His chances of making an All-Star team this year are about as good as his chances of finishing the season in Philadelphia.
However, coming into the season, he would definitely have been the consensus pick if you had to pick a Sixer for the squad (but this is not the MLB). Anyway, he is struggling to get on the court and he's struggling when he's on the court.
Regardless of his play this year, he is clearly a talented player. You do not make teams like Team USA without being regarded as very talented. Iguodala has the skills to be an All-Star one day, but I'm not too sure if that will ever happen.
He could easily be a career "Richard Jefferson type"; a player who is close to All-Star caliber but did not quite take advantage of his opportunities.
Honestly, I would not be surprised to never see him make an All-Star team, but I would not be surprised if he did. Perhaps if he were a No. 2 option on a really good team, he could clean up and make a push for an All-Star team, but that is obviously not the case right now.