(with Iguodala's exit interview, photo)
Here is a portion of the blog:
The 7-foot-Kaman is a decent center, having averaged 12.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots in an injury-plagued 2010-11 season in which he appeared in just 32 games.
The salaries allow for a straight-up swap as Kaman is earning $11.3 million this year and $12.2 million next season, while Iguodala is making $12.35 million in 2010-11 with $44.1 million owed him over the next three years. The Sixers might ask the Clippers for more than the 29-year-old Kaman, who played alongside Elton Brand for three seasons.