Simultaneously with the softball team run-ruling North Dakota State 11-0 in its first postseason game and the baseball team in a tight battle with the USC Trojans, former Arizona hoopster Andre Iguodala scored eight points in the final 3:11 of his Philadelphia 76ers' game against the Boston Celtics to win 92-83 on Friday night.
Iggy finished with 16 points, seven boards and four assists, and had a pretty bad game going before drilling two threes and a fadeaway 17-footer that put the Sixers ahead for good. Now, the series is tied 2-2.
That was an excellent pass by Iguodala...the rim just wasn't ready for it. You have to get your hands up, rim.— John Gonzalez (@gonzoCSN) May 14, 2012
To his defense, it's an efficient pass for him. RT @HPbasketball: Iguodala keeps wanting behind the back. He's tried like 80 in this series.— Liberty Ballers (@Philly76ersBlog) May 19, 2012
Tonight Andre Iguodala is not overpaid.— Rafael Uehara (@rafael_uehara) May 19, 2012
Boston forgot about Dre.— Rey-Rey (@TheNoLookPass) May 19, 2012
For some reason I expected Iguodala to do the big balls dance after that shot.— James Herbert (@outsidethenba) May 19, 2012
/Iguodala looks under couch cushion "Oh, hey, my jumper!"— Eye on Basketball (@EyeOnBasketball) May 19, 2012
Iguodala's reputation was a guy who contributed the whole game but couldn't hit a shot late. BIZARRO PLAYOFFS ARE BIZARRE.— Eye on Basketball (@EyeOnBasketball) May 19, 2012
Iguodala is an incredible Italian iguana inserting interesting ideological iodine into itself, an ice-cold icon idealized as Icarus!— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) May 19, 2012
Andre Iguodala making everyone from U of A proud. #clutch— Nate Jewett (@natejdogg35) May 19, 2012