Iguodala Better Get Used to Frustration

by Marcel Mutoni

Following a disheartening 15-point loss to the Wizards on Tuesday night, Andre Iguodala, the Sixers’ lone bright spot, sounded the panic alarm.

With Philly at 3-7 to start the season, Iggy says things need to get shaken up in the City of Brotherly Love, and he was even kind enough to provide Maurice Cheeks with some coaching advice.

“That can be anything from switching anybody from the starting lineup, that’s all five guys, including myself,” Iguodala said.

“Coach will say we’ve got to do something different. Well, something different might be switching the lineup or something like that.”

The Sixers can try all of the lineups in the world that they want, but the end result will remain the same: Rebuilding year, also known as, not winning very many ballgames.

I’ll bet Andre Iguodala doesn’t feel so bad about not signing that long-term deal this past summer now.