Andre Iguodala lands BIG job at ESPN days after retiring

Three days after declaring his retirement from playing basketball, Andre Iguodala has returned to the court.

The former Golden State Warriors champion has a position at ESPN, according to Monday’s report by Richard Deitsch of The Athletic. Iguodala will work for the network as a studio analyst. The announcement is made just one day before the start of the new NBA season.

Iguodala has a solid history in sports media as a four-time NBA champion, two-time All-Defensive selection, and one-time All-Star. With his former NBA colleague and close friend Evan Turner, Iguodala has co-hosted the well-liked “Point Forward” podcast for the past 15 months.

It is not unexpected that Iguodala is still involved in basketball after 19 seasons in the NBA and even a brief time as the Players Association’s vice president. However, now that he is retired, we have lately learned about one of his other intriguing non-sports endeavors.





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