Andre Iguodala Trade Rumors: Has Sixers’ Recent Surge Killed Iggy’s Trade Chance

December 23rd, 2010 by Ray Boyd Leave a reply »
The early part of the season for the Sixers has been mired with calls for the trading of franchise player Andre Iguodala.

Many people have cited the fact that his overall production does not correlate with his paycheck, and thus the team should look to deal him. Others have said that he is not now and never will be a number one option, and thus should go to a team with a solid number one already in place.

All of these points are indeed valid and for sometime this season it seemed all but a formality that he would be dealt. However, things have drastically quieted down on the trade Iguodala front.

This apparent halt in trade talk could be connected to the fact that the Sixers are playing a much better brand of basketball.

It is only natural to call for trades when the team is losing, but once a few wins start popping up, making a trade does not seem so necessary.

The Sixers have been playing a much better brand of basketball under Collins than they did last year, but now it is producing some wins and that is causing the Iguodala trade chatter to go down. Other teams know that if the Sixers are winning games, it will be ...

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