Found June 18, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Andre Iguodala and the Top 10 Small Forwards in Free Agency By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff… 1. Andre Iguodala- Denver Nuggets (Early Termination Option) Iggy is easily the best wing player in this year’s free agency, if he opts out of his $16.2 million contract for next season that is. Iguodala is still just 29 years old and he is one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA. On offense, he may never be the all around star that many believed he would become, but he still possesses great hands and court vision to make incredible passes, is excellent at getting to the basket and is an improved shooter. Once he opts out of his deal, there will be many suitors for the former All Star, but Denver was and is a perfect fit for his talents. Prediction: Stays in Denver. 2. Martell Webster- Washington Wizards (UFA) Webster was the surprise of the season for Washington last season. After struggling in Minnesota to be more than just a streaky shooter, Webster finally got his g...
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