The Dubs still had one significant off-season task to complete when they finally held their first practice over the weekend. Their first preseason games would then be played a few days later. Andre Iguodala, a seasoned baller, four-time NBA champion, and 2015 Finals MVP, has signed his contract for the next campaign, according to a statement from Warriors PR.
With a one-year, veteran's minimum deal for slightly over $1.8 million, as monitored by Spotrac, the 38-year-old will play his final season with the team with fellow four-timer Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green. Many believed that Iguodala, who attended practise on Monday, would retire. Iguodala said that he had truly thought of himself as retired when he revealed his plans to come back on his podcast. But when they prepared for their title defence in 2022–2023, his teammates weren't going to let him off the hook.