Andre Iguodala will end back up with the Golden State Warriors after all. After several weeks where Iguodala drops not-so-subtle hints that he might leave the team, Iguodala has agreed to a three-year deal worth $48 million, according to The Vertical’s Shams Charania.
Iguodala met with several teams on July 1 after free agency started, threatening to leave the Warriors even though most presumed he just wanted leverage in his negotiations. It appeared that Iguodala did meet a couple of his demands, receiving a slight increase from the Warriors’ initial offer and getting his third year fully guaranteed.
In the past 24 hours, Iguodala met with the Rockets, Spurs and Kings, receiving multi-year offers from all three. He also set but then cancelled a meeting with Philadelphia. But Iguodala has spent the past four seasons in Golden State and has two championships to show for it. As long as the Warriors were able to offer him a deal that he felt was competitive, it always felt extremely likely that he would be back.
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