The Golden State Warriors are in search of an athletic swing-man to solidify their starting cast next to Stephen Curry, Clay Thompson, David Lee and recently acquired Andrew Bogut. Word on the street is that their top prospect is none other than the Philadelphia 76ers small forward, Andre Iguodala.
It also looks as if the Warriors will look to barter their #7 overall pick in the 2012 draft to get what they feel like they need in order to contend.
It is unknown whether or not the Sixers even intend to deal Iggy, but the rumors have already begun to swirl that Andre is indeed on the block. But, then again, what would the off-season for Philly be without rumors of an eminent Iguodala trade spreading to every corner of the blogsphere?
Golden State’s wish doesn’t die with Iguodala. They have every intention of pursuing other SF’s such as Danny Granger, Rudy Gay and Josh Smith, just to name a few.
These all seem like feasible options for on teams who always seem to be rumored to be shopping these specific players. There’s no doubt that any one of these skilled swing-men would help bolster the Warriors’ starting lineup instantly.