Golden State Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala will meet with the San Antonio Spurs in Los Angeles to kick off free agency, according to a report from ESPN.
The website reported earlier that Iguodala has not yet set up a meeting with the Warriors. However, there is still a chance the valuable reserve will return to the defending champions, reports say.
The Spurs feel as if they have a legitimate shot at luring the Golden State Warriors’ prized sixth man away from the Bay Area, sources said. Iguodala is open to relocating under the right parameters, sources said.
The 33-year-old Iguodala, the 2015 NBA Finals MVP, has been a terrific two-way player since being acquired by the Warriors via trade in 2013.
The Spurs are expected to be busy in free agency, as they reportedly have expressed interest in everyone from Derrick Rose (New York) to Mike Dunleavy Jr. (Atlanta) to Kyle Korver (Cleveland) to Kyle Lowry (Toronto), among many others.
Sources told Amico Hoops on Friday that the Spurs are also expected to recruit Shaun Livingston, Iguodala’s teammate with the Warriors.