March 12, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (9) moves the ball up court against the Los Angeles Clippers during the first half at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Andre Iguodala unhappy with bobblehead skin complexion


Earlier this month, the Golden State Warriors held a promotion which gave away bobblehead dolls of Andre Iguodala to the first 10,000 people through the gates.

The doll, given away on March 18th when the Warriors hosted the Orlando Magic was relatively nice, though, the former Arizona talent was none-too-pleased with the skin color of the bobblehead.

Why it took Iggy nearly two weeks to respond over the doll, we’re not sure, but the swingman took to Twitter recently to express his ‘frustration’ over the bobblehead where he shared his displeasure with the skin complexion.

Bay Area reporter Sal Castaneda responded to Iguodala’s tweet, posting a picture of the bobblehead which was too light skinned for Iggy.

The bobblehead really doesn’t look like Iguodala at all, but then again, most bobblehead’s – especially those crafted in mass production – aren’t exactly ringing duplications.

Of course, it’s hard to tell if the former Denver Nuggets talent was actually being somewhat serious or simply poking fun as he’s been known to have a dry sense of humor, especially on social media.

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  • Aaron Somers

    Given his grasp of the English language I hardly think that the complexion of his bobblehead should be atop his list of concerns.

    • DW

      I too enjoy judging someone’s grammatical proficiency on the basis of one (1) sentence.

  • pablo dela cruz

    looks like Desean Jackson