“We’ll touch base in the next couple days,” Kerr said. “(GM Bob Myers) and I are giving him the space to make whatever decision he wants. We’ll support him either way, but we hope he comes back.”
The Warriors have one roster spot available, and word is, Iguodala will either sign with Golden State or retire.
Iguodala, 38, appeared in just 31 games last season, but remains a favorite of teammates, as the Warriors made another run to the championship. He averaged career-lows of 4.0 points and 3.2 rebounds.
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Steve Kerr on Andre Iguodala's retirement decision:
"We'll touch base in the next couple days. Bob and I are giving him the space to make whatever decision he wants. We'll support him either way, but we hope he comes back."
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