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Golden State Warriors
The Warriors’ free agency options were looking bleak based on the salary cap once the Andre Iguodala acquisition would go through, but Golden State has reportedly worked the phones once again to maneuver itself into a more flexible salary cap situation.
First, what they’re in the works of completing—a three-team deal involving the Nuggets for Iguodala, as first reported by, who else, Adrian Wojnarowski in the middle of the night:
In the deal, which could be finalized on Monday, Denver would sign-and-trade forward Andre Iguodala to Golden State for the four-year, $48 million contract he had agreed to sign with the Warriors. This would create a $12 million trade exception that the Nuggets would have a full year to use before it expires.
Utah would sign-and-trade [Randy] Foye to Denver on a three-year, $9 million deal, with a team option on the third season, sources said. [...] Golden State would send Utah a future second-round pick for its role in facilitating the deal.
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Iguodala’s Contract: 4 years, 48 million
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The NBA has confirmed the three-team trade that will send swingman Andre Iguodala to the Golden State Warriors, guard Randy Foye to the Denver Nuggets and a trio of expiring contracts along with a package of draft picks to the Utah Jazz.
The trade announced Wednesday started when the Warriors reached a free agent agreement with Iguodala on a four-year, $48 million deal last week...
The Golden State Warriors continue their assault on free agency today, signing Marreese Speights, Jermaine O’Neal, and Toney Douglas, to go along with their acquisition of Andre Iguodala. Pretty soon of course they’ll be able to challenge the Klingons for interstellar domination (amirite? no? wedding crashers joke too old?)
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The Denver Nuggets have inexplicably had a mediocre off-season, which reached its peak when Andre Iguodala decided to be lured to Golden State (for less money) and Denver was left empty-handed. Except they may get something back in return, after all, via Adrian Wojnarowski: The Golden State Warriors are in advanced discussions on a three-way, sign-and-trade scenario [...]The post...
A person with knowledge of the decision says the Denver Nuggets have agreed to separate sign-and-trade deals that will land them guard Randy Foye from the Utah Jazz and send swingman Andre Iguodala to the Golden State Warriors.
The Warriors had planned to sign Iguodala to a four-year, $48 million deal as a free agent last week. Instead, the restructured deal will give Golden State...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Warriors, Jazz and Nuggets are in deep discussions on a sign-and-trade that would send Randy Foye and a trade exception to Denver, Andre Iguodala to Golden State on the contract he agreed to earlier this week, and a future second-round draft pick to Utah.
The Golden State Warriors are in advanced discussions on a three-way,...
It's a shame that so many media figures are devoting this much attention to the Dwight ordeal in Los Angeles, while several other notable, NBA landscape changing transactions were reported with very little interest.My feelings on the matter is this: Blasphemy. Basketball blasphemy.Do Dwight Howard's indecisions that led him to Houston morph the Western Conference power...
The Golden State Warriors, Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz are in advanced talks on a three-team sign-and-trade involving Andre Iguodala and Randy Foye.
The Warriors agreed to a four-year, $48 million deal with Iguodala last week and the Nuggets could send him there in a sign-and-trade to create a $12 million trade exception.
The Jazz would sign-and-trade Foye to the Nuggets on a three...
With the NBA's moratorium period over, the Golden State Warriors' agreement in principle has now been finalized, as the team has acquired veteran guard/forward Andre Iguodala in a sign-and-trade deal from the Denver Nuggets, and guard Kevin Murphy from the Utah Jazz as part of a three-team trade.
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In a surprising move after letting go of their star forward, and their Hall of Fame coach, and their scoring champion last year, and their hotheaded 6th Man of the Year, the Nuggets have decided to actually acquire a human being to their organization. Restructuring the Andre Iguodala deal, Randy Foye is set to come over to Denver from the Jazz. He’ll sign a three-year contract...
The Denver Nuggets will get something back for Andre Iguodala after all.
The Nuggets have agreed to separate sign-and-trade deals that will land them guard Randy Foye from the Utah Jazz and send Iguodala to the Golden State Warriors, a person familiar with the decision said Monday.
The Warriors had planned to sign Iguodala to a four-year, $48 million deal as a free agent last week...
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