3. Andre Iguodala
Not everyone is lucky enough to say they have won more than one NBA championship title during their career, but Chicago’s own Andre Iguodala is an exception to the rule.
Iguodala, who is commonly known as Iggy and AI2, has accomplished a feat that only select stars have made possible.
It all started in November of 2004 when Iguodala made his NBA debut with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Since then, Iguodala has played for several different teams including the Miami Heat, Denver Nuggets and the Golden State Warriors. The latter organization has likely provided him with a shot at one day becoming a Hall of Famer.
Some of Iguodala’s most proud professional accomplishments include one All-Star Team nod, two All-Defensive Team honors, one Finals MVP award and three NBA championship titles.
During the span of his 15-year career, Iguodala has posted career averages of 12 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game. He was averaging 4.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2 assists per game until the NBA’s 2019-2020 season went on a hiatus. It’s also important to note that Iguodala had refused to play much of the year, forcing the Memphis Grizzlies to send him packing in a trade to the Heat.
Iguodala was born in Springfield, Illinois. He attended high school at Lanphier in Springfield, Illinois and went to college at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
Iguodala has a 6.1% chance of getting inducted as a player into the Hall of Fame.