Andre Iguodala beats Hawks, buzzer with last-second three

Ezra Shaw

The Hawks done forgot about Dre!

Before Andre Iguodala's lengthy injury, his biggest play as a member of the Golden State Warriors was undoubtedly the game-winning buzzer beating jump shot at home to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in a thriller.

But after the injury, the Warriors struggled at times. His return brought with it some hope for a team return to form.

And tonight, we got some of that with a new buzzer-beating jump shot from Iguodala, who had an otherwise fairly quiet offensive night.

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With Stephen Curry guarded tightly, Iguodala received the ball open to take the three as the defense tried to close out. He kicked out his leg as he launched the shot. The light went off while the ball was well on its way and the ball splashed shortly afterward.

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