Meet the NBA All Star Turning to Venture Capitalism

Nov. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Andre Iguodala is an NBA All-Star and an Olympic gold medalist for men's basketball, but his real dream is to become a venture capitalist. He got the idea during an internship at Merrill Lynch during the 2011 NBA lockout, and now he's playing for the Golden State Warriors in part for the team's proximity to Silicon Valley. Bloomberg West Editor-at-Large Cory Johnson reports.

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