Iguodala, 31, engaged in a treatment meant to ease joint soreness, but he did not elaborate on whether the treatment was the same as the orthokine shots that Kobe Bryant received annually in Germany.
"My knees feel really good," Iguodala said Monday at Warriors Media Day of the procedure's effects. "I've been dunking a lot lately, which I normally don't do in the offseason."
Iguodala also joked that Warriors coach Steve Kerr "looked dead" after undergoing back surgery and said of his teammate Harrison Barnes' upcoming contract, "Harrison's number is so large, it doesn't matter. Rich is rich."