Players ahead of Iguodala: Dwight Howard, Kevin Garnett, Tyson Chandler, Tony Allen, Rajon Rondo, Andrew Bogut, and Grant Hill.
Iguodala received zero first place votes, five second place votes, 14 third place votes, and 101 voters left him off their ballot completely.
I guess defending the opposing team's best perimeter player every night, stoning most of them, and ranking first in opponent counterpart PER is only good for eighth overall in DPOY voting. If Iguodala had a bigger personality, or played for a more media-friendly team there's no way he finishes as low as eighth.
Ah, well. He's got at least three more games to put his talents on display, against LeBron and Wade.