It's only preseason, but multifaceted small forward Andre Iguodala is already showing why the Warriors signed him to a four-year, $48 million deal in July.
His versatile skills - especially passing - were on display in Friday's 115-89 win over the Lakers in Shanghai, China as he totaled 14 assists, seven rebounds, five steals and four points in nearly 29 minutes.
Those are the stats the Warriors and Iguodala hoped he would put up when he came to Golden State this summer.
Though he started at the three spot, the Warriors were most effective with Iguodala on point pushing the ball freeing up guards Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry to simply catch-and-shoot while also finding David Lee for easy buckets in the paint.
It's a one-four look that works and works well. Expect to see it during the regular-season.
Iguodala's defensive prowess and high basketball IQ gave Golden State a dozen more offensive opportunities while allowing just one turnover in almost a half-hour of floor time. Yeah that's good.
His top highlight came when he picked off bad pass by Jordan Farmar late in the first quarter which he drove down court and dunked for his first points.
The more games he turns in like Friday's all the better for the Warriors.