by Brandon Richard
Andre Iguodala, who's looking to win the first championship of his 11-year career, played a key role in the Golden State Warriors' 108-100 overtime victory in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
One of his highlight plays went down in the middle of the 4th quarter, when he lost his shoe — the Nike Zoom Run the One — cutting through the lane. However, the old vet wise enough to keep playing, got himself open near the left corner. With a behind-the-back pass, Stephen Curry found Iguodala, who drained a three-pointer in the face of LeBron James to cut the Cavs' lead.
Iguodala is no stranger to shoeless plays. Last October, Los Angeles Lakers guard Ronnie Price hurled a shoe in his direction attempting to disrupt a fast break. He'll probably remember this one a little more fondly.