Found May 03, 2013 on RealGM:
PLAYERS: Andre Iguodala
TEAMS: Denver Nuggets
Andre Iguodala is expected to opt out of the final season of his current contract, which is set to pay him $16 million in order to explore free agency. Iguodala may not receive as much money on an annual basis, but would welcome the security of a long-term deal. Iguodala will be one of the NBA's most coveted unrestricted free agents this offseason.
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