Andre Iguodala started every game of his NBA career before 2014-15 ... when he started zero in the regular season, zero in the first three rounds of the playoffs, and came off the bench for the first three games of the Finals.

Then Steve Kerr inserted him into the starting lineup, and the Golden State Warriors turned a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 series win. Iguodala won Finals MVP.

Reason enough to make him a starter again? Not according to a report Thursday, in which the Warriors coach says that's unlikely.

Here's how Iguodala responded:

Wow! These are pretty strong words for a supposed team player.

Also, despite numerous replies taking them seriously, they were totally not serious.

Iguodala followed one minute later with:

That's some MVP-level pranking right there.

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