In the past few days, momentum seemed to be building toward Andre Iguodala leaving the Golden State Warriors, as the two sides didn't even meet during the initial period of free agency. In its simplest calculation, should the Golden State Warriors decide to bring its championship core, they could easily breach $130 million mark. It wasn't clear how much the Warriors would pay given possible luxury tax concerns now and in the future, so it's understandable that he may have wanted to leave for a big final payday elsewhere.
Soon after Iguodala's tweet, Wojnarowski and fellow ESPN scribe Chris Haynes reported that the 2015 NBA Finals MVP has agreed to a new three-year, $48 million deal to return to the Warriors. It's been a good 24 hours for the team, with Curry, West, Iguodala and Livingston getting new deals.
The champion Warriors confirmed that in an email to The Associated Press on Friday night.
"There's going to be a time when my basketball career is over and I'm going to have aspirations outside of basketball", said Iguodala, when asked to explain the rationale behind his current project.
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Add this number to Klay Thompson and Draymond Green's contracts for 2017-18 which are $17.8 million and $16.4 million respectively, then you've got $100 million for just four players according to HoopsHype.
PISTONS: A person with knowledge of the situation said free-agent point guard Langston Galloway agreed to a three-year deal with Detroit.
He's led the league in 3-pointers for five consecutive seasons and his career total of 1,917 ranks 10th all time. Aside from that, he could fit in well leading the young crop of stars. @StephenCurry30. The foundation for all else. "I think the fit here is terrific for him because of the way we play".
Talks with free agents began Saturday but the league forbids contract signings until Thursday.
Sam Amick of USA Today added that this was the Warriors' third offer to Iguodala, and that the threat of him leaving was very real.