NBA Today: Andre Iguodala

Andre Iguodala joins us by phone, live from the cold tub at the Sixers' training facility, to talk about the late offensive foul he drew on Kevin Garnett that turned Game 2.

Knowing that at the time of the game it's often "anything goes," when he heard the whistle he said he thought it was probably for something else, even though his rib cage is still sore a day later from Garnett's elbow.

Iguodala also discusses why Paul Pierce has long been one of his favorite players to guard, how his team relates to coach Doug Collins and what he learned from Aaron McKie about leadership that he tries to put into effect every day.

He also explains a trick he has learned to help in slowing LeBron James, and tells a nice story about what can go wrong when checking Kobe Bryant.