The Suns, Hawks and Timberwolves are three teams that will likely be interested in acquiring the services of Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala this summer, per ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne and Chris Haynes:
Iguodala is expected to receive interest from a number of teams such as Phoenix, Minnesota and Atlanta, league sources tell ESPN.
Should Durant command the full max, the Warriors may have to part ways with Iguodala, as well as with backup point guard Shaun Livingston. Iguodala and Livingston will both be unrestricted free agents this offseason. Durant, however, is reportedly interested in accepting less money to keep the team’s core together, per ESPN (more details here).
At this point in his career (he’s 33), it’s difficult to see Iguodala leaving the Warriors in favor of more money and/or a bigger role. The same goes (though perhaps to a lesser extent) for the 31-year-old Livingston. While neither of the two are starters for Golden State, both are integral pieces of the team’s core.
Iguodala, along with Rockets guards Eric Gordon and Lou Williams, is a finalist for the 2017 NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award.