Iguodala to seriously consider free agency

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  1. justtxyank

    justtxyank Contributing Member

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    At least the Warriors will take SOME hits to their roster.
     
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    Will he have a serious talk with James Harden?
     
  5. Vivi

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    Livingston and Zaza are also going to get paid i guess.
     
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    It was from local beat columnist Tim Kawakami.

    Iguodala will likely sign a multi-year extension with the Warriors worth somewhere between $8M to $12M per year.

    Obviously, Iguodala remains an immensely valuable player for the Warriors, especially when their main rivals feature LeBron James — go to Game 5 of the Finals for a reminder — and it’s possible Iguodala could get a larger offer from another team.

    But he loves playing for the Warriors, loves the Silicon Valley connection, loves winning titles (which help out his potential Hall of Fame case), understands that he is extending his career by playing with so many stars, and if the Warriors step up with the number of years, this seems like a relative slam-dunk.

    Back in 2013, Iguodala signed for four years, $48M — in a time of a much smaller cap number, but also when he was 28, not 32, and if you adjust for all the factors, getting just a little less of an annual salary in exchange for multi-year stability seems about where this is going to land for Iguodala.

    Iguodala has already indicated that his negotiation is almost already done and that he will re-sign with the Warriors, though I’m sure there are still deal points to be finalized.

    Months ago a source indicated to me that the only real issue to be worked out was the number of guaranteed years.
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    Nope.

    Many teams are expected to pursue discussions with Iguodala, including the Warriors, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves and Atlanta Hawks, league sources said. Among teams around the league, there’s a belief that the value this summer for a two-way wing such as Iguodala could reach $20 million annually.
     
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    Who cares
     
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  8. Vivi

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    Would love to see a dumb team offer him a 16/18Mx year deal
     
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    Warriors' version of Udonis Haslem #teamplayer
     
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    I would love to see a team petty enough to do this just to spite the Warriors. As long as it's not the Rockets lmfao.
     
  11. justtxyank

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    Someone offered that to Manu. He'll get an $18-$20 million offer for sure.
     
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    Someone PLEASE offer this guy a bunch of money. He is too good to be on the Warriors.
     
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    Would not be shocked if Memphis offered him big money.
     
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    Just like that...the Wolves should've a ton of cap space and there were rumors around the deadline about them looking for some good veterans, maybe they're willing to spend that much if not more...

    @justtxyank
     
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    Lol no way he leaves.

    He will most likely retire a Warrior as well.

    Iggy just bein iggy and tryna iggy the media and etc.

    Typical Iggy-move.
     
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    He would be a goner if one team is going to pay him for $18 to 20M.
     
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    It will be awesome if the Warriors try to match that type of salary for iggy $16-18 mil per season... good luck resigning Steph to an extension and keeping that solid bench depth that makes them the toughest team to beat.

    Everyone but Patrick McCaw will be a free agent from their championship rotation and he was a borderline contributor in limited minutes.
     
  19. Tristan_fiore

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    Yeah I am definitely hoping a team like Minnessota comes in and offers him $18M -$20M per year for three years at least. That way he leaves the Warriors and it hurts the bench production. If a few teams make moves like that for Livingston, McGee, and Iggy then it makes for a more interesting league.
     
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    want nothing to do with him, wouldnt trust him any how. dont trust any of those warrior players, durant was coheresed into leaving for the warriors in the middle of the playoffs by draymon green
     
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