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The Sacramento Kings have apparently decided to pass on free agent forward Andre Iguodala, according to Sam Amick-
“The Sacramento Kings have pulled their offer to free agent small forward Andre Iguodala, according to a person with knowledge of the decision. After making a four-year, $52 million bid, the Kings will now regroup and decide the next move in their rebuilding efforts. The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because of the private nature of the situation.”
It isn’t clear if the Kings were hoping for an immediate decision from Iguodala, but apparently they feel that they had waiting long enough.
The Kings are approximately $16 million dollars under the cap- but only if Tyreke Evans signs elsewhere. If the Kings bring Evans back, plus signing draft picks Ben McLemore and Ray McCallum they will be out of cap space.
The Denver Nuggets are very interested in bringing back the All-Star and gold medalist, but would not be able to do so at $14 million per season. Iguodala has met with the Detroit Pistons as well, and will meet with the New Orleans Pelicans, Golden State Warriors and Atlanta Hawks according to a USA Today report.
The Cavaliers had long been interested in trading for Iguodala, but it is not known if they have spoken to him about playing in Cleveland since free agency began this week.
[Related: Cavaliers interested in veteran guard Chauncey Billups]
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The Sacramento Kings have withdrawn their four-year, $56 million offer to free-agent guard/forward Andre Iguodala, according to Yahoo! Sports and USA Today.
The Kings reportedly wanted an answer by Tuesday night from Iguodala, who wasn't ready to give one, Yahoo! Sports reports.
As a result, Iguodala could re-sign with the Denver Nuggets, who offered him a five-year extension...
Andre Iguodala, another sought after free agent this off-season, has been linked to a myriad of teams, but it seems the Sacramento Kings are making Andre Iguodala an off-season priority via Marc Stein. The Sacramento Kings have made Denver Nuggets swingman Andre Iguodala their free-agent priority, according to sources familiar with Sacramento’s thinking. It remains to [...]The...
The Sacramento Kings reportedly made a big free agent offer to Andre Iguodala, but it sounds like they changed their mind.
The Sacramento Kings could very well let guard Tyreke Evans leave to join the New Orleans Pelicans, and in his place they’re going hard after free agent small forward Andre Iguodala. Late Tuesday night the Kings offered Iguodala a four-year, $56 million deal and are now considered the front-runners for the 29-year-old.
Iguodala has garnered interest from all over the NBA since...
You rarely hear about players being motivated AFTER the start of free agency but that’s what’s happening with Denver Nuggets free agent, Andre Iguodala. Tuesday it was reported that the Sacramento Kings offered Iguodala a four-year, $56 million deal. While Iggy was allegedly taking some time to consider the offer- teams can’t officially sign players until July 10th- it was...
While most of the free agency buzz is swirling around Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard, there is a myriad of free agents that are garnering attention such as Denver Nuggets defensive anchor Andre Iguodala. In fact, he is reportedly meeting with six teams via Marc Spears: He’s expected to speak with the Nuggets, New Orleans [...]The post Report: Denver Nuggets’ Andre Iguodala...
The Sacramento Kings appear to be the favorites to sign free agent Andre Iguodala after reportedly offering the forward a 4-year deal worth $56 million.
After playing in Philadelphia for 8 seasons, Iguodala joined the Nuggets where he averaged 13 points, 5.3 rebounds and 5.4 assists a game last year.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
The Sacramento Kings are pursuing...
It seems everything is contingent upon where Dwight Howard decides to sign; he’s the first domino, if you will, before other notable free agents will sign. Take Andre Iguodala, for example, there’s a myriad of teams interested in him from the Atlanta Hawks to the Detroit Pistons, but again, it feels his decision will be based [...]The post Report: Dallas Mavericks interested...
Andre Iguodala, Denver Nuggets’ unrestricted free agents, is a top-three free agent this off-season after Chris Paul – who re-signed with the Los Angeles Clippers – and Dwight Howard. Denver has made it clear that they have wanted Iguodala back, but have money restraints within their payroll. There have been multiple teams that have shown [...]The post Sacramento Kings pull...
The Sacramento Kings have made Andre Iguodala their top priority in free agency, according to sources.
The pivot to Iguodala likely means that Tyreke Evans will move forward with an offer sheet with the New Orleans Pelicans.
Iguodala is drawing interest from the Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons and Golden State Warriors.
The Sacramento Kings have pulled their offer to Andre Iguodala and are no longer pursuing him in free agency.
The Kings had previously offered a four-year, $56 million contract to Iguodala.
The Kings have also been negotiating a deal with Tyreke Evans, who is a restricted free agent that has been moving closer to a deal with the New Orleans Pelicans.
With Iguodala not ready to give...
After making a huge offer to free agent Andre Iguodala and announcing he was their “top priority” of the offseason, the Sacramento Kings have abruptly pulled their offer to the prized swingman. Apparently, the problem was they wanted a faster answer to their four-year, $52 million deal and took it off the table.
I thought the Kings were under new leadership, with a supposedly...
While Andre Iguodala’s future with the Denver Nuggets is in limbo, the franchise is still very active in other contract negotiations and in a report by RealGM, Denver’s backup center, Timofey Mozgov and the team are in contract negotiations. Free agent center Timofey Mozgov is in negotiations with the Denver Nuggets on a multi-year contract to re-sign [...]The post Report:...
The first day of NBA free agency has ended and what have we learned?
The Pistons reportedly met with at least three players on Monday, including Joe Dumars offering Hawks forward Josh Smith a four-year contract while the echoes of midnight church bells were still bouncing off the hills. Of course, other media reports indicated that they only discussed a four-year deal...