Andre Iguodala Net Worth and salary: Andre Iguodala is an American professional basketball swingman who has a net worth of $28 million and an annual salary of $12.3 million. Andre Iguodala was born January 28, 1984 in Springfield, Illinois. He currently plays the position of swingman for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). After attending Lanphier High School in Springfield, Illinois, Iguodala enrolled at the University of Arizona. After completing two years, he entered the 2004 NBA Draft where he was drafted with the ninth overall pick by the Philadelphia 76ers. Iguodala played with Philadelphia until the summer of 2012 when he was traded to Denver in a four-team trade involving Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum. He was acquired by Golden State in 2013. Iguodala then played in a tournament put together at the NBA 2K10 launch party in New York. Iguodala faced off against other NBA players Nate Robinson, Brook Lopez, Rajon Rondo before defeating hip-hop artist Wale in the finals. Iguodala is a member of Nike basketball, and usually wears the HyperRevs, Hyperfuse or the Kobe 9 signature shoe models during games. Iguodala's style of play has been influenced by Scottie Pippen, Penny Hardaway, Andre Miller and college teammate Luke Walton. Iguodala has participated in many charities over his career and was recognized as one of The Sporting News's good guys of 2006 for his philanthropic efforts. In his free time Iguodala enjoys reading and playing videogames particularly the NBA 2K series.
Andre Iguodala Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jan 28, 1984 (31 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 5 in (1.98 m)
207 lbs (94 kg)
Iggy, AI2, Andre Tyler Iguodala
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Andre Iguodala Earnings
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- Denver Nuggets (2012-13)$14,968,250
- Philadelphia 76ers (2011-12)$13,531,750
- Philadelphia 76ers (2010-11)$12,345,250
- Philadelphia 76ers (2009-10)$12,200,000
- Philadelphia 76ers (2008-09)$11,300,000
- Philadelphia 76ers (2007-08)$2,804,889
- Philadelphia 76ers (2006-07)$2,201,640
- Philadelphia 76ers (2005-06)$2,058,000
- Philadelphia 76ers (2004-05)$1,914,480
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