July 20, 2024

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Golden State Warriors Champion Andre Iguodala Responds to Klay Thompson’s Instagram Post

Golden State Warriors Champion Andre Iguodala Responds to Klay Thompson’s Instagram Post

Klay Thompson recently Occurred With the Dallas Mavericks as part of a six-team sign-and-trade deal.

The future Hall of Famer spent his entire 13-year career with the Golden State Warriors.

After hearing the news, Thompson expressed his deep sadness. mail To Instagram which has become very popular.

“Oh Bay Area, there aren’t enough words or pictures to express my true feelings for you. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you so much for some of the best times of my life. It has been an honor to wear a Dubs jersey since day one. I truly wanted to be the best I could be and help bring as many championships to the area as possible. But the best part wasn’t the rings, it was the friendships I made that will last a lifetime. My family and I would like to thank all the amazing people who work tirelessly to make this place possible,” Thompson captioned his post. @the Warriors World class organization. Don’t be sad it’s over, be happy it happened. Until we meet again. Sea captain out 🫡
#Four_Heroes_Forever #splashbros4life #Auckland Forever

One of the people who left a comment was Thompson’s former teammate Andre Iguodala.

His comment got over 10,000 likes.

“And we’re not done yet!!” Iguodala wrote.

Iguodala was with Thompson for eight seasons on the Warriors.

They helped the team win four titles and reach the NBA Finals six times.

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June 16, 2022; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (9) celebrates with goalie Stephen Curry (30) after defeating the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the 2022 NBA Finals to win the NBA Championship at TD Garden. Mandatory Copyright: Bob DiChiara-USA TODAY Sports/Bob DiChiara-USA TODAY Sports

In addition to the Warriors, he also spent time with the Denver Nuggets, Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers over 19 seasons.

The 2015 Finals MVP averaged 11.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 1.4 steals per game while shooting 46.3% from the field and 33.0% from three-point range in 1,231 regular season games.

He retired after the 2022-2023 season.