The Golden State Warriors built a stunning roster that helped them dominate the NBA during the 2010s.
While the likes of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green always get respect from fans for contributing to four NBA Championships, Andre Iguodala was a crucial member of the team as well.
Iguodala even won the 2015 NBA Finals MVP for helping the Warriors win their first NBA Championship since 1975.
The four-time NBA champion recently announced his retirement from the NBA after 19 years of action in the league.
Atlanta Hawks superstar Trae Young recently shared his reaction to the news via his official Twitter handle.
— Trae Young (@TheTraeYoung) October 20, 2023
Young made a huge claim about Iguodala as he believes that the former Warriors forward will be a Basketball Hall of Famer in the future.
At first look, the claim may seem absurd, but when we take a look at Iguodala’s career in the NBA, not so much.
He played 19 years in the NBA and won four NBA Championships alongside one Finals MVP.
In addition, Iguodala was a 2x All-Defensive and 1x NBA All-Star during his career.
Keeping that in mind, Iguodala certainly has a case for being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in the future.
But the question remains whether Andre Iguodala can receive the honor in the coming years or if he will have to wait for years to become a Hall of Famer.
Well, fans will have to wait and find out if and when Iguodala will receive the honor in the future.NEXT: Warriors Owner Sends Touching Message To Andre Iguodala