Andre Iguodala is in the final leg of his NBA career and wants to give her one final championship run.
The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported Thursday that the former Finals MVP has limited his options in the free agency to three teams. These are the Brooklyn Nets, the Golden State Warriors, and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Iguodala, who has already won three NBA titles, will be 38 years old in January. He scored 4.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 21.3 minutes per game for the Miami Heat last season. These numbers are obviously far from All-Star caliber. But Iguodala can still add to this as a do-it-all veteran from the bank.
The Warriors are likely the last choice on this list because of the three teams they are not currently championship ready. The Lakers have a stacked roster and would likely offer Iguodala the bare minimum of veterans while the Nets could offer a little more.