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GIF: Andre Iguodala buzzer beats the Thunder, leaves front row fans hanging

Nov 15, 2013, 11:45 AM EDT

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It hasn’t been all that difficult moving on from Andre Iguodala as a Sixers fan. Sure, he’s continued his all-around style of play with his current club, the Golden State Warriors. But he’s never reached superstar levels and he still hasn’t been totally likable as demonstrated by his reaction after drilling this buzzer beater against the OKC Thunder last night.

Those dudes you left hanging are your fans, Dre. They just want some skin.

Pretty big shot tho. Nicely done.

GIF by Deadspin

  1. Devin - Nov 15, 2013 at 12:40 PM

    Iggy is a really good guy and incredibly gracious to the fans, get off his back. He suffered as the number one option on a terrible team for years and never once complained about the obnoxious and ungrateful fans booing him for being put in a role he wasn’t right for. Iggy is an incredible ball player, a great glue guy, and one of the 5 best defenders on the perimeter in the league right now. Any Sixers fan who doesn’t love Iggy is an ignorant bitch, you ignorant bitch.

    • willh888 - Nov 15, 2013 at 12:54 PM

      I bet Iggy high fived you before the restraining order

    • wmcgar01 - Nov 15, 2013 at 12:59 PM

      Spot on. Can’t hate on him, especially now that we aren’t relying on him as a Sixer….. and more specifically, relying on him as the Sixers’ #1 scorer. Must be nice to have him as your 2nd or 3rd best player, and 4th scoring option.

  2. jtripper - Nov 15, 2013 at 1:03 PM

    Iggy needed to go. He may not have ever complained but I almost wish he did. Rather, he would just go around with that look on his face like he wanted out of here. He’s a decent player but no way I would call him “incredible”. Good to see he still can’t shoot FTs. He’s shooting better from the field than he is from the line. Pathetic. Glad he’s gone. He was like Bobby Abreu was with the Phils- decent player but he needed to go for the good of the franchise.

    • sfsu - Nov 15, 2013 at 7:41 PM

      “He may not have ever complained but I almost wish he did”

      So you would have a weak excuse for hating him, instead of no excuse at all?


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