Free agent Andre Iguodala, who opted out of a $16-million contract for next season with the Denver Nuggets in hopes of landing a long-term deal, reportedly will meet with six teams during the NBA free agency period.
According to Yahoo Sports, those teams are the Nuggets, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors, Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks, a source told Yahoo! Sports.
Of that group, the Warriors would need to add a piece through a sign-and-trade, which could be difficult depending on what the Nuggets might demand in return.
New coach Brian Shaw and general manager Tim Connelly of the Nuggets are hoping to convince Iguodala to stay.