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The modern day A.I. is a young star who has been in the view of general manager Daryl Morey's telescope for the past year or so because Philadelphia has had him on the trade block for some time now.
Iguodala is a stat sheet stuffer. He doesn't do any one thing great, but he does everything well. And don't let his 15 points per game average fool you; Iggy can get 40 on any given night.
He's one of the league's finest athletes and best dunkers. Iguodala is a stellar defender and a great passer at his position.
No team knows this better than Houston. The Sixers are 7-1 in their last eight games against the Rockets, and Iguodala had his hand prints all over both victories last season.
He notched a triple-double in the Sixers' February win in Houston, with 13 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, and came very close to getting another in March, totaling nine points, eight rebounds and 10 assists.
His talent and versatility is off the charts, and at 27, he still has time to reach elite status.