The Warriors became the first team in history to take a 3-0 lead in back-to-back Finals.
Iguodala has averaged 11.4 points in 18 past finals games - including a 20-point showing for Golden State in last year's title clincher against the Cavaliers.
"There is just a sense that we're all on the same team and nobody cares about whose team it is and all that stuff", Warriors Coach Steve Kerr said Tuesday. "Some of those shots, I don't think anybody in the world but him could have made those shots".
Despite their 16-4 run to start the game and six-point lead at halftime, the Cleveland Cavaliers couldn't hold on for a win against the Warriors Wednesday night.
"You know, I just tried to make sure that we came out and didn't foul a three-point shooter or didn't give up a wide-open three or got too excited about that play".
Durant then buried a 3-pointer from 33 feet out with 49.8 seconds remaining to essentially ice the game. The Warriors could be champions again as early as Friday night, and this crown - after experiencing plenty of turbulence this season - would most definitely be one to savor.
No other Warriors player scored over 11 points.
Speaking of KD, he had arguably the best game of his career, dropping 43 points on 15-of-23 shooting along with 13 rebounds and seven assists, including a dagger from nearly the exact same spot as the one he hit in Game 3 a year ago.
"I would guess that he goes to Houston", Bosh said of his former Heat championship teammate who can opt out of the final year on his Cleveland Cavaliers contract by the end of the month.
As always, the upcoming National Basketball Association offseason is going to be filled with intrigue, mostly supplied by the guessing game of where prized free agents are going to end up inking deals with. "He's a scorer. You know, he's an assassin, and that was one of those assassin plays right there".
In the game's final stage, Golden State was better, leaving James to compare his opponent to a gold standard in a different sport.
Cavaliers fans waited outside the Warriors' team hotel after the loss apparently to heckle the players.
"It would have been a lot more satisfying if we won", Hood said. "Two years together, two seasons together, I think we have figured out a good balance".