Getty Images LeBron James, Andre Iguodala

Andre Iguodala was the 2015 NBA Finals MVP. But let's be honest, his career will best be remembered getting blocked by LeBron James in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals.

Rather than be bitter, the 32-year-old former All-Star and Olympic gold medalist (with James in 2012) is in awe of The King's historic moment.

"I'm like, 'Man, that s--- was so dope to me, too,'" Iguodala tells ESPN. "I was a fan. That s--- was amazing. When he blocked it, I was like, 'Damn, somebody got shot.' I thought it was funny. Somebody just made a good play. What you want me to do? If you enjoy the game of basketball, you should just be like, 'Dude made a great play. F--- it.'"

Iguodala, an expert historian in "The Block," breaks down the play beyond James. He believes a second player deserves a ton of credit.

"I looked back at it too, and had I came in from a different angle, I could have [dunked it]," Iguodala explains. "But you know who made the play? J.R. [Smith] made the play. Because I came in thinking dunk and then I took off and he swiped [at the ball] and I had to move the ball. If you look, I moved the ball [to my right]. I just tried to finish the play."

James' block on Iguodala came with the game tied at 89 and just a touch under two minutes remaining in regulation. The Cavs took a 92-89 lead on a Kyrie Irving 3-pointer shortly after and never looked back. Still, Iguodala says, he "wouldn't have changed anything" about his failed lay-up attempt.

"When he blocked it, I thought somebody got shot," Iguodala says. "I laugh about it all the time. People try to joke on me. I still get mentions all day from fans always talking about the block."

Iguodala is in his final year under contract with Golden State. With the Warriors' addition of Kevin Durant, anything other than taking back the NBA title crown will be a bust.

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