Andre Iguodala’s tenure with the Grizzlies had been primarily silent right up until Monday night time.
Outdoors of the occasional ambiguous tweet from the veteran ahead — a staple of his social media presence — he was an afterthought for a youthful workforce last but not least hunting like a upcoming contender. Iguodala, dealt to Memphis by the Warriors, has not suited up with the Grizzlies this year, asking for a trade to a contender or a buyout.
With the trade deadline Thursday, the situation has obtained urgency and rigidity. Right after Memphis conquer the Pistons 96-82 on Monday, 24-calendar year-outdated wing Dillon Brooks said he hopes Iguodala gets traded so the Grizzlies can “show him genuinely what Memphis is about.” Ja Morant, the league’s Rookie of the 12 months frontrunner, amplified that concept via Twitter.
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Iguodala, 36, invested the