Alex Kennedy of Hoops World says the Clippers are the frontrunners to acquire Iguodala.
The frontrunner to obtain Iguodala's services is believed to be the Los Angeles Clippers. Iguodala would be moved for Chris Kaman if this deal were to be completed, but other players and pieces may also be involved when all is said and done. The two sides have talked on and off since February, but both sides seem more willing than ever to make a trade work.
Kennedy also makes it sound like both the Sixers and Iguodala expect a trade to happen, and happen soon.
Philadelphia wants to move forward with their plans and doesn't want their drama with Iguodala to drag out during the lengthy labor talks, which will keep teams from trading players. A deal appears inevitable at this point, with sources close to Iguodala confirming that he's open to a trade and doesn't expect to be back in Philadelphia next season.
Team President Rod Thorn tells Bob Cooney there's no timetable for a deal.
"If we were able to make a move before Thursday, I still don't know if that would alter what we are going to do," Thorn said. "There's no timetable to get something done before the draft."
Sources have confirmed rumored Monta Ellis for Andre Iguodala trade. It's on the 76ers table if they want it.
Rod Thorn tells Tom Moore the Sixers are not close to trading Andre.
Asked team president Rod Thorn via email if the #Sixers are close to trading Andre Iguodala. His answer: "No."