Los Angeles Times

Iguodala helps put things into perspective

In his 15th NBA season, and fifth consecutive appearance in the NBA Finals, Andre Iguodala knows what kind of balance he needs.

He wants to be comfortable and relaxed as he reaches his sport's pinnacle, but not too comfortable or too relaxed.

"You still want to have that edge about you," Iguodala said.

When his mind needs sharpening, he finds a puzzle to refine his thoughts, or picks up a book. Right now he's reading

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