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Warrior Andre Iguodala Questions Skin Color On Giveaway Bobblehead

By Bill Disbrow
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Andre Iguodala questioned his likeness on this Warriors bobblehead. (Sal Castaneda)

Andre Iguodala questioned his likeness on this Warriors bobblehead. (Sal Castaneda)

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OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Andre Iguodala was apparently didn’t go home as happy as fans who got his bobblehead before the Warriors game on March 18th.

Iguodala, who is black, took to Twitter to voice his concerns about the collectable statue, which was given to the first 10,000 fans who attended the game against the Orlando Magic.

The 99.7 [NOW] morning show discussed the topic Tuesday and said they could see Iguodala’s point.

“They made it look like he’s asleep too,” said host Fernando.

Fernando and Greg noticed that Iguodala isn’t the only questionably-pigmented Warriors bobblehead and posted a question on the Fernando and Greg Instagaram account:

“Why are all the @warriors bobble heads the same color! WHY!?”

(CBS Radio)

(CBS Radio)

In 2012, San Francisco Giants closer Sergio Romo complained that his bobblehead was too dark.

Fernando and Greg suggested the teams may want to swap promotional staffs, but give the Warriors credit, they got Chris Mullin right:

(CBS)

(CBS)

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