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Silent on Retirement Speculations, Stephen Curry’s Champion Teammate Beams With Pride Witnessing Coco Gauff’s US Open Triumph

Silent on Retirement Speculations, Stephen Curry’s Champion Teammate Beams With Pride Witnessing Coco Gauff’s US Open Triumph

The sports worlds have intertwined yet again. As NBA players enjoy their time off-court, they have taken to various activities to keep themselves engaged. While Jonathan Kuminga took on the soccer field, LeBron James caught up with some baseball action. However, seems like Stephen Curry‘s teammate has followed Jimmy Butler‘s path to catch some tennis action this month.

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The US Open has witnessed several iconic figures from various sporting worlds make their way to watch the prestigious event unfold. From the very beginning, fans were assured that the NBA would be closely following the event. Naturally, Curry’s teammate watching the 19-year-old phenom, Coco Gauff light up the US Open came as no surprise. However, his visit came at a time when he still has fans speculating about future in the NBA.

Stephen Curry’s teammate watches Coco Gauff’s brilliance in US Open


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At a mere age of 19, Coco Gauff has lit up the US Open, storming into the US Open Final. The extraordinary efforts of the World No.4 has turned several heads in the event. One such was Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors teammate, Andre Iguodala. Amid his retirement speculations, the former Finals MVP turned up to the US Open to watch Coco Gauff in action against Karolina Muchova. 


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Iguodala showed up to the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York City to watch the Semi-Finals of the US Open. The match between American contingent, Coco Gauff and Czech Republic’s Karolina Muchova witnessed Gauff take home a phenomenal victory. Iggy put up several images and videos of his time at the US Open on his Instagram stories while gleaming in pride for Gauff.

Iguodala watched a thrilling game of tennis that saw Gauff storm into the finals of the US Open. As Gauff made the entire nation proud, Iguodala naturally could not contain his joy. However, as he enjoys the US Open action, fans still continue to speculate the 39-year-old’s future in the NBA. So will Iguodala return for year 20 in the league?

Iguodala may surpass The King in Year 20


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Andre Iguodala is an absolute legend in the Bay Area. His services to the Warriors franchise has truly elevated the franchise over the years. The former All-Star too, has achieved the highest pinnacles of success with the franchise. However, he may also surpass The King, LeBron James in year 20, if he chooses to return.

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Andre Iguodala is set to be the oldest player in the league if he returns in the 2023-24 NBA season. After Miami Heat‘s Udonis Haslem retired last season, LeBron James may have assumed he would be the oldest player starting the season at the age of 38. However, if Iguodala returns, James may have to wait another year for that claim.


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Whether Iggy returns to the side or not, the Warriors are preparing themselves for a long season ahead. After making major upgrades to their roster, the team looks determined to make a championship push yet again. However, they would greatly appreciate Iguodala’s veteran leadership and guidance in the locker room if he chooses to return.

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