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“Homies” Andre Iguodala sends epic 3-word reaction to meeting BTS member in Japan

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The Golden State Warriors star player Andre Iguodala recently met one of the stars of the K-pop band BTS sensation Suga. The Golden State Warriors is one of the most famous NBA teams and has an international fan following as well. Suga is a big fan of the Warriors as well as of Andre Iguodala. Fans following BTS and the Warriors went crazy as soon as the videos and photos from this meet-up went viral.

Andre Iguodala in 2015

Andre and Suga’s meeting video went viral and spread like fire. They even got snaps together, which brought many likes within a few hours of posting. Andre tweeted a video posted by NBA Japan with the caption, “With the Homie.” The Golden State Warriors squad also seemed to have enjoyed meeting the BTS singer. They will soon board a flight back home with the new NBA season just a few days away.

Andre Iguodala made it back to the roster of the Golden State Warriors as they look to defend the title in the upcoming NBA seasons. The Golden State Warriors team is in Japan for the NBA’s international initiative this summer. This is where the BTS singer and the squad met each other. Suga even gifted them an autographed BTS album, and Andre proudly posed with it.


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Andre Iguodala’s ‘unusual’ way to decide his return

Andre Iguodala at his press conference

Andre announced on September 23 that he would return to the team to play his 19th NBA season and will also help his team defend their fourth title in the last eight years. Iguodala said at the team’s media day that a ride on his Peloton helped him make a solid decision about his return. On the Warriors media day, Iguodala revealed that his decision indeed came down to the wire. He said to the reports during his interview, “I got on the Peloton two times last week and I was like, oh, I ain’t in that bad of shape.”

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr had earlier mentioned that they are giving Andre all the time he needed to decide while holding a roster spot for him if he chose to come back. Kerr mentioned, “He’s been in here working out and kind of getting training staff to work with him and look at him and I think he’s getting a feel for what he wants to do, and we told him from the beginning, take as long as you want.”

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