There's only one player in the league more fearsome in transition than Andre Iguodala, and he currently plays in South Beach. We focus so much on Iguodala's faults that we forget how scary he is with a head of steam. He's not as powerful as LeBron James, but he's just as agile and is very explosive rising up for dunks.
The Boston Celtics forgot about this and didn't stop Iguodala when he had the ball on the fast break. Iguodala saw the opening, went right down the middle and threw in this right-handed sledgehammer.
How the Celtics didn't stop the ball is beyond me, especially considering Evan Turner fell down on the opposite side. Maybe they just really wanted us to be able to enjoy the highlight.
Speaking of enjoying the highlight, the 76ers' trainer should probably take a look at Tony Battie's hamstring after this celebration.
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