Two seasons with the Miami Heat. There, he met a young man, and watched how he propped up the Heat's culture. Despite his "senior" age of 42, still wakes up at 5 a.m. to participate in every practice session of the team. From the 2015-16 season phone database so far, the Heat have played a total of 525 games, and has only played in 58 of them. Even so, he was always ready to set an example for everyone on the team. Just like the " Senior" that everyone in the team may have, you never know how many years he has played, but you have never seen him slacking off -
when he walks into the court with his sneakers, you know , um, the skin is going to tighten up a bit. For six full years, did that, silently breaking many player records and providing his team with a sense of security at all times (aside from the occasional runaway). "This is ' oath to the team and the best proof of his work ethic," once again endorsed his friend, expressing his heartfelt respect. Going back to since he agrees with what Haslem is doing, he naturally does not exclude making similar contributions to the team on the bench and in the rest area.
All he wants to avoid is that he doesn't want to have anything to do with the title "coach". As a "college principal" who has inherited experience, it is also very important to manage the "sense of distance" with young teammates. Too much or too little will appear flawed, and it may interfere with the operation of the coaching team if you are not careful. "It's something I don't want to be misunderstood. To be more precise, I don't want people to think I'm a 'coach' and that's not the line I expected," Iguodala explained. Smart, but also a successful businessman, he has his own business off the pitch.