Highlight // Andre Iguodala Hits Game-Winner in Nike Hyperfuse 2012 Low
words // Brandon Richard
After missing out on Dwight Howard this past summer, the Golden State Warriors made a surprising move in clearing enough cap space to sign Andre Iguodala. The versatile swingman has been a good fit in the Bay so far, doing a little bit of everything to help the Warriors establish themselves as a legit contender.
Last night, the Warriors hosted the Oklahoma City Thunder in a possible playoff preview. The game exceeded its already high expectations and ended in thrilling fashion.
With just 2.3 seconds left to play, the Warriors surrendered a late lead when Russell Westbrook helped cap off a Thunder rally by knocking down a long three-pointer. Down 115-114, Coach Mark Jackson drew up a fake hand-off play for Iguodala off the inbound, which the Thunder were able to deny. Instead, he cut back door, caught a pass from Klay Thompson in the corner and coldly drained a fallaway jumper for the 116-115 victory.
For this exciting game, Iguodala rocked a PE colorway of the Nike Hyperfuse 2012 Low. His 'Home' style is white-based with grey panels, blue branding and yellow on the inner lining and outsole.
Check out Iggy's game-winner above and a few shots from the game below.
images via Rocky Widner / Ezra Shaw / Getty
um no. this implies it was planned that way. Igoudala himself said they didnt run the play Jackson drew up. the Thunder prevented the hand off(its a good thing too bc a play in which you get the ball running away from the basket w/ 2.3 sec left isnt going to work) and Igoudala smartly cut back on his own