Iguodala doesn't think he's a Hall of Famer: 'Those guys had no flaws'
Four-time NBA champion Andre Iguodala doesn't believe he's earned a spot in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
The 39-year-old considers himself a "good" player but doesn't think he's Hall of Fame worthy, he explained on Thursday's episode of JJ Reddick's "The Old Man and The Three" podcast.
"I'm not a 'ring culture' guy, but I've benefitted from that," Iguodala said. "I know I have a lot of flaws. And I think there should be tiers of the Hall of Fame. I'm not a Hall of Famer. … Those guys had no flaws.
"And I think I was good, but like Kobe (Bryant), like LeBron (James)? I can't do that. And a lot of us can't do that. They have to be in their own different world. And then (Michael Jordan) should be in his different world, that's how good MJ was."
Iguodala won all four of his titles as a member of the Golden State Warriors, including in 2015 when he was named NBA Finals MVP.
Iguodala also spent time with the Philadelphia 76ers, Denver Nuggets, and Miami Heat during his 19-year career, averaging 11.3 points, 4.2 assists, and four rebounds in 1,231 games.