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Andre Iguodala Hates To Play In National TV Games

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
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You learn something new everyday.

The Warriors played in front of their third national TV audience in their past four games when they hosted the Pacers on Monday night.

Warriors star forward Andre Iguodala told the San Francisco Chronicle that he actually hates to play in front of National TV Audiences.

“I hate (national) TV games,” the Warriors’ starting small forward said after Monday’s shootaround. “TV games can play tricks on you. You want to play at a high level every night, but you can kind of see how some guys may get up a little bit more for TV games, and that might mess with the flow. Guys want to show the world what they can do, and it should be more than that.

“You should want to play well as a unit on national TV. When you have young guys, guys might shoot a couple of extra shots that they normally don’t shoot, so TV games are dangerous. They can be trick games.”

Well I never looked at it that way Andre, but OK.

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