Charania lists the Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, LA Clippers, Minnesota Timberwolves and Utah Jazz as teams that have interest in Iguodala. The likeliest scenario has Iguodala re-signing with the Golden State Warriors, however if another team comes in with a bigger offer — paying $18 million to $20 million — the 33-year old may take the money and leave.
Regarding Iguodala’s future, Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News writes: “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.”
The Warriors will likely have a big tax bill in 2018 so getting Iguodala to accept a reasonable contract is important. However, they may have to sweeten the deal, if others do come in with more money and years with their offer.
Iguodala was once again a key contributor in the postseason, averaging 7.2 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.2 assists.
— Nick Silva