We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Andre Iguodala Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I owe a lot to my teammates.
I have a drive to get more steals and improve my game and stats overall every year.
The majority of NBA players’ upbringing, there’s not much financial education.
It’s similar to basketball: when you go to different gyms and win or lose, you learn something new. So when kids get out of the classroom, go to a new environment and meet different people, it opens their eyes to new things, and they have fun learning.
When I’m out there playing basketball, it’s just, ‘Let me do me,’ and everybody is going to benefit. I feel confident that whoever I’m out there with is going to win.
The biggest thing is becoming a better player and proving your doubters wrong.
I wanted to be the best player, so I thought in order for me to be the best player, I had to guard the best player on the court.
When I played, I just wanted to guard the best player, and I didn’t want him to score. That was just it, just competing. Along the way, it just kept building that I could be a great defender.
The key to success is to find things that you have a passion for and would enjoy doing, even if you weren’t getting paid to do it.
As long as I keep working hard, the sky will be the limit.
I try to let the people I do business with off the court know that I’m serious about my business off the court. So I try not to mix the two.
When I was growing up, there wasn’t too much technology. There weren’t so many channels that we were glued to on TV. We had to go outside and create our games. Kids had the habit of being active and exercising, just enjoying the fresh air.
Philly will always have a special place in my heart, and I will cherish the great memories with the city and my teammates there.
They make documentaries like ‘Fast Food Nation.’ The food our kids are eating in schools, the vending machines kids go to a lot, the portions of food that American restaurants are serving that are bigger than anywhere else in the world – it’s kind of crazy.
If I get on the golf course, my basketball game is a direct reflection of how many rounds of golf I can get. So, the more rounds of golf, the better I play.
It’s natural to me. I played point guard my whole life up until my senior year of high school. Most people don’t know that. It’s just in my game.
There are a lot of guys who average a lot of points, but they make the game hard for themselves, and they make the game hard for their teammates, and that’s why you never really see them win or get deep in the playoffs.
In high school, I figured I’d get a few extra baskets by getting steals. I would just pressure up the ball.
JaVale McGee is one of the smartest guys I know. Like, he’s a nerd, plays with gadgets, and is into technology. He’s funny – he’s got crazy jokes, and his timing with jokes is really funny. You have to be really smart to think the way he does.
It doesn’t matter to me who I’m playing with. I think I’m going to make anybody better.
I feel like golf has brought me some peace.
Yoga helps me with basketball, but it helps me outside of it more than anything.
I wasn’t highly touted coming out of high school, so it wasn’t like I was expecting to get a lot of minutes. For me, I didn’t know how good a player I was, even though I think I did decent as a freshman.
Kevin Gamble was one of the first NBA players from my city.
When you go out there, you’re not just representing your country or the NBA: you’re representing your beliefs. You want to play hard for Someone who died for you.
I like stick deodorant. I’m not a huge fan of spritz.
I play videogames all the time on the plane.
I just want to play ball. As long as people like the way I play, I’m cool.
I try to get through a book every two weeks.
When things aren’t going right, I can get out on the golf course, and when things are going really good on the court, I can go and enjoy the scenery, enjoy the weather. And when I’m too high, I can have golf humble me and beat me up a little bit.
I’m always training. I’ve been told that I don’t take enough time off.
God is great.
It’s important to dabble in things that interest you, and for me, I’m interested in the tech space that is here in Silicon Valley, fashion and golf.
People ask what message I have for kids, and it’s simple: Just go outside.
I really don’t care what people call me. I don’t like ‘Iggy,’ but I’m used to it now.
I think I’m a smart guy who knows the game.
One move nobody knows about, when I catch the ball on the wing and I’m driving, I’m looking at the defender’s legs, and I’m yanking their legs back as I run by.
Seattle was my favorite team growing up, so I know a little bit about Coach Karl and his history. He’s one of the best coaches in the game, well-respected by much of his peers and much of his players.
The tech titans and the tech guys who I most admire are the ones behind the scenes.
A lot of sixth men have more responsibility, and they’ve made more of an impact sometimes than 80 percent of the rest of the guys on the team, so it’s just a name.
It’s a real accomplishment for me, personally, to be named to the All-Star team.
That’s the number one thing for a guy for a new coach coming in. You’ve really got to buy into the system and believe it’s going to work because, if you don’t, it’s going to cause conflict, and you’re not always going to be on the same page as the other guys on the team or with the coach.
I’m just a golf enthusiast where I enjoy the game so much, and I’m excited.
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