The Olympic medalist in London 2012 has a pending matter to attend to in the United States, as it is rumored that he would be returning to Warriors
Andre Iguodala, world basketball star was in Costa Rica for six days enjoying their vacation time prior to the start of the new season of the best basketball in the world, the NBA.
The 37-year-old American entered Costa Rican territory on July 28 at the Daniel Oduber International Airport in Guanacaste, spent six days in Tico territory and left today, August 4 in the afternoon, confirmed Migration and Immigration to ESPN.
Andre Iguodala, was caught by locals near Tamarindo in Guanacaste, enjoying the paradisiacal beaches of the Costa Rican province north of the capital San José, a site highly full of natural diversity.
The former player of Golden state warriors, a three-time NBA champion and gold medalist at the 2012 London Olympics, stayed at one of the most exclusive hotels on the Peninsula of Nicoya.
It went unnoticed, however, lucky lovers of the NBA They managed to take a photo with the Miami Heat athlete, who currently sounds strong in the moves of North American basketball teams, as it is speculated, he would return to Golden state warriors to dispute the coming season.
Previously in Costa Rica other world basketball figures have passed, such as Kobe Bryant, Manu Ginobili and Paul George.