Bryan Toporek for BballBreakdown:
In game one, LeBron went 4-of-13 from the field and scored just 0.69 points per possession with Iguodala matched up against him. That trend continued throughout the series, as LeBron went just 1-of-7 from the field against Iguodala in 9:59 of playing time in game four, per SportVU. According to ESPN.com’s J.A. Adande, throughout the series, “James shot only 30 percent on contested shots against Iguodala and committed 13 of his 21 turnovers in the series when guarded by him.”
Overall, in the 209 minutes Iguodala and James shared the court, the four-time MVP shot just 38.1% from the floor and the Cavs were a minus-55, per NBA.com. In the 65 minutes in which James could roam free without Iggy on the floor, he knocked down 43.9% of his looks and Cleveland was a plus-30.