Andre Iguodala evaluated his transition to the Denver Nuggets.
Iguodala was acquired by Denver last summer as part of a four-team trade that sent Arron Afflalo and Al Harrington to Orlando.
“I’m probably behind the curve,” Iguodala said. “It’s been a roller-coaster as far as comfort level, the ups and downs of the NBA season, but that happens in transition. The main thing is to stay positive, continue to do the little things well and hopefully once out of slumps faster instead of letting them linger on.”
Iguodala is coming off three games in which he shot a combined 26.7 percent from the floor.
“I think he’s putting too much pressure on himself, he’s thinking too much,” Nuggets coach George Karl said. “For me, it’s just trying to get him some easy baskets, simplify, get some confidence in his game and he’ll be fine. He’s still a productive player, his plus-minus has been really good lately, we just need to get him more confidently engaged in the game.”