Philadelphia 76ers: Assessing Andre Iguodala’s Trade Value

June 2nd, 2012 by Alec Nathan Leave a reply »
Although the 2011-2012 NBA season was a truncated one, it was perhaps Andre Iguodala's strongest as a member of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Over the past few summers, trade rumors involving Iguodala have run rampant, only to result in the  small forward returning to South Philadelphia.

Last summer the most popular rumor involved a potential swap of Iguodala for Golden State Warriors' guard Monta Ellis.

To fans' dismay, Iguodala stayed put in the midst of an ownership change that ultimately saw the Sixers make their deepest playoff run in the last 10 years.

Now, with another summer of trade rumors and speculation upon us, it's time to assess where Iguodala could get moved and whom he could be dealt for.


Could a center solve the Sixers' frontcourt problems?

It's no secret that the Sixers lack physicality on the front line. Spencer Hawes is headed for unrestricted free agency, which leaves the inexperienced Nikola Vucevic as the team's only legitimate center.

Although Hawes shot a career-best 48.9 percent from the field this season, he played in just 37 games due to a bum Achilles.

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