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Golden State Warriors free agent swingman Andre Iguodala may be looking to move on and will listen to pitches from opposing teams, according to a report from The Vertical.
Iguodala has been a key member off the bench in the Warriors’ three straight trips to the NBA Finals and two championships.
Per The Vertical:
Iguodala plans to seriously consider other teams in July, league sources told The Vertical. Prospective teams would need to show in meetings a vision to move toward contention to pry Iguodala from Golden State, league sources said. In four seasons with the Warriors, Iguodala has served as a playmaker and primary wing defender and established himself as a high-character leader.
Teams expected to be interested include the Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, Utah Jazz, Atlanta Hawks and Minnesota Timberwolves.
There is plenty of doubt around the league that the Warriors will be able to afford to keep Iguodala and reserve guard Shaun Livingston. Both are unrestricted free agents and widely expected to sign elsewhere.