After a six-year tenure and three NBA championships with the Warriors, Andre Iguodala hardly needed to reintroduce himself to his former team when the Miami Heat took on Golden State on Wednesday at Chase Center.
He did so anyway.
The former NBA All-Star and 2014-15 NBA Finals MVP let Steph Curry and the Warriors know he could still let it fly, draining a corner 3-pointer over an outstretched Curry in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 120-112 comeback win.
Iguodala got Curry to jump on a pump fake before sinking a 3 from downtown over the six-time NBA All-Star. He looked back at Curry, too, just for good measure.
Curry's body language said it all.
However, the Warriors would get the last laugh, as they erased a 19-point deficit to defeat the Heat in overtime. And Curry hit his own big shot from distance, this one for the win.
No matter the outcome, there clearly was no lost love between the former teammates.