With the NBA’s free agency set to open Saturday, July 1st, the Philadelphia 76ers may be looking back to the future.

During the beginning of Andre Iguodala’s career with the Sixers, dating from 2004 to 2012, Igoudala averaged 15.2 points, shooting 45%, while playing 37 minutes per game.  Over the four year stretch from ’06-’10 Igoudala averaged 19 points per game.

During Igoudala’s champion runs with the Golden State Warriors and Finals MVP, Igoudala averaged 7.9 points and played 28.1 minutes per game.  Igoudala is a veteran leader who can still get it done at both ends of the points.

Could you see the Philadelphia 76ers trying to bring back AI, again.

Sam Pardys

Huge Philly and national sports fan. Junior, Studying Sports Communication and journalism at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. Reach me on twitter @Sam_Pardys or Sampardysmarist@gmail.com

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