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Sonoran Hot Reads: Andre Iguodala scores 22 in Golden State's Game Four win

Gettin Iggy with it

Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports

The big news to come out of the Golden State Warriors game on Sunday was probably that Steph Curry hurt his knee and missed the second half. But, to focus on the Arizona part of the Warriors, Andre Iguodala had himself a big game, which is becoming the postseason norm for him. He dropped 22 points, and as the guys at Golden State of Mind put it: "Andre Iguodala's play in the postseason remains timely and awe-inspiring." Jason Terry scored nine points for the Rockets

- In the East, Richard Jefferson scored five points for the Cavaliers, while Channing Frye played nine scoreless, not very productive minutes

- In Pac-12 news, Ivan Rabb has decided he will return for his sophomore season at Cal. This conference will still be interesting next year

- It's time for the Pac-12 to reconsider its TV vision

Football

Wildcat Radio is back to answer some of your questions, and hit on a bunch of other subjects

Our first NFL Draft profile for this week was none other than Scooby Wright III

Baseball

- Arizona is the first team to ten Pac-12 wins after a late comeback to complete a sweep of Cal

- You can cast your vote for Joey Rickard and Nick Hundley for the MLB All-Star Game

Softball

- The Wildcats took down UCLA 8-4 on Sunday, setting up a Monday night rubber match

Tucson news

- A new walking trail may be coming to Banner UMC (not a lot of news on Sunday I guess)