That six-figure sum shattered the previous record for the most costly game-worn item auctioned off by the National Basketball Association, previously held by Kobe Bryant's jersey from the 2015-16 All-Star Game in his final season.
Andre Iguodala will make a great addition on any team that is looking to make a run in the 2018 NBA Playoffs.
In this year's Finals, Durant averaged 35.2 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists as the Warriors wrapped up the series in five games.
With Durant electing to opt out and take less than his maximum, it allows the Warriors a chance to use their Bird rights to re-sign Iguodala to a deal far more comparable to what he'd likely see on the open market. According to Chris Haynes of ESPN, the teams interested with the 2015 NBA Finals MVP are the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Clippers, Minnesota Timberwolves, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, and Utah Jazz. Moreover, given that Warriors has already made a team-friendly deal with Curry and Durant, Iguodala will certainly have an easy way through.
After dismantling the best team in the Eastern Conference with a LeBron James going off, teams around the league are reportedly trying to switch things up rather quickly.
He has been instrumental in Golden State's emergence as the NBA's preeminent superpower over the last three years.
Iguodala plans to seriously consider other teams in July, league sources told The Vertical.
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area.
But the Warriors losing Iguodala will still leave the GSW core largely intact.
It should be noted that these are just purely speculative at the moment and nothing has been confirmed.