Editor's note: This article is part of a continuing series in which Insider Monte Poole highlights a every player on the Warriors roster leading up to the 2014-15 season opener on Oct. 29
Salary: $12.29 million
Contract status: Iguodala is entering the second year of a four-year, $48 million contract signed in July 2013.
His salary deescalates over the final two seasons, to $11.71 million in 2015-16 and $11.13 million in 2016-17, after which he can become an unrestricted free agent.
2013-14 in review: Iguodala, the first big-name free agent to choose to come to the Warriors over the last quarter century, was by turns terrific and mediocre.
He played solid defense, made some big shots and was fine as a secondary playmaker.
His scoring was inconsistent, much like his shooting. Though he missed 19 games, Iguodala's versatility made the Warriors a better team.
2014-15 outlook: Starter? Sixth Man? Iguodala's role has yet to be defined and might not be until the final week of the preseason.
A starter throughout his 10-year career, rookie coach Steve Kerr is considering using Iguodala off the bench, to better to utilize his chameleon-like ability to fill any primary role, particularly as a ball-handling playmaker and overall defender.
Regardless of how he is used, Iguodala will be a key figure. His priority is to stay healthy and the Warriors realize that.
G Leandro Barbosa
F Harrison Barnes
C Andrew Bogut
G Aaron Craft
G Stephen Curry
C Festus Ezeli
F Draymond Green
G/F Justin Holiday
G/F Andre Iguodala
C Ognjen Kuzmic
F David Lee
G Shaun Livingston
F James Michael McAdoo
G Nemanja Nedovic
G/F Brandon Rush
F/C Marreese Speights
G Klay Thompson