Here is A Link to the DenverPost.com Article on Ty Lawson tweeting desire to have Nuggets stay Andre Iguodala’s team
DenverPost.com Article on Ty Lawson tweeting desire to have Nuggets stay Andre Iguodala’s team Link
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Yay for social media! Ty Lawson tweeted a desire, of sorts, for Andre Iguodala stay with the Denver Nuggets. Umm @andre better stay in Denver or I’m a have my ppl run up on him and handle that #str8likedat #yougotnochoice Iguodala is expected to opt out of a $16 million contract and pursue free agency; [...]The post Ty Lawson Tweets His Desire For Andre Iguodala To Stay With Denver...
Andre Iguodala will likely opt out of his player option this offseason and become a free agent, but the Denver Nuggets have been adamant about their desire to re-sign him.
When asked about Iguodala possibly returning to the Nuggets, Masai Ujiri said on Thursday: “I’m very optimistic that things will go well. … We want him back.”
Iguodala averaged 18 points, eight rebounds...
Andre Iguodala will be a free agent this offseason, making his situation the biggest priority for the Denver Nuggets to resolve.
Iguodala was acquired by the Nuggets last August in a four-team trade.
“Andre was a great fit, we felt,” general manager Masai Ujiri said. “He brings every aspect of the game to the table, be it defending, passing, leadership and scoring sometimes...
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.
In Game 2 of their best of seven series the Denver Nuggets and Golden State Warrior certainly put on a scoring clinic (or a how not to play defense clinic--take your pick). When you have a game that has a combined 248 points scored you are bound to have some incredible plays.
Like these two dunks by Golden State's Harrison Barnes and Denver's Andre Iguodala....
Andre Iguodala seems to think he has the Nuggets under the gun. Iguodala who is set to make a huge sum of $16.1 million next season can opt of his deal and become an unrestricted free agent.
Iggy has he was referred to for so many years here in Philly definitely won’t command $16 million a season on the open market, but he will be a valued commodity this summer.
It's probably hard to imagine turning down close to $20 million in guaranteed money but Denver Nuggets swingman Andre Iguodala told Fox Sports Florida he's planning on opting out of the final year of his deal this summer, forgoing a guaranteed $16 million to seek a long term deal. Iguodala was quick to note that opting out of his contract a year early has nothing to do...
Andre Iguodala has enjoyed playing with the Denver Nuggets this season.
According to a Fox Sports report, that won’t stop him from handling his business.
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It's nice to have the power. Andre Iguodala has a player option for the 2013-14 season with the Denver Nuggets. He can ask to re-negotiate his contract, he can play the 13-14 season, or he can walk via free agency. Iguodala's just not ready to make that decision yet.The former University of Arizona standout will wait until after the season to decide his future says...