The 75 greatest NBA players of the 2010s, ranked

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45) Andre Iguodala

19-year NBA veteran Andre Iguodala is a borderline Hall of Famer, thanks largely to his play during the 2010s. While Iguodala is best known for his time as a member of the Golden State Warriors, he spent eight seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, including the first three years of the 2010s.

However, he was included in a blockbuster deal involving the 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic, and Denver Nuggets, with Iguodala being sent to the Nuggets ahead of the final year of his contract. He would be there for just one season before joining the Warriors. Iggy joining the Warriors turned out to be a big deal since he was a crucial part of their late-decade run that included five straight trips to the NBA Finals and winning three championships during that span.

In fact, after Golden State won against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2015 NBA Finals, Iguodala was rewarded with the Finals MVP for having to defend superstar LeBron James. While he didn't make an all-star team during the decade, that award is far harder to achieve. That, combined with his decade averages of 10.2 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 4.4 assists in 704 games, lands him at 45th on this list.