Andre Iguodala has only spent one season in a Denver Nuggets uniform, but it's already time to start talking about where he could end up next.
He might don the Powder Blue once more in 2013-14, although he could also use his early termination option and become an unrestricted free agent. There are myriad possibilities here, and we're about to go through them.
Of course, the Nuggets made Iggy's decision even more interesting when they decided not to bring back George Karl. Now the vacancy at head coach could allow even more doubt to enter into the equation, as pointed out by B/R's Ethan Norof:
Andre Iguodala's offseason decision to opt in or out with #Nuggets just got a whole lot more interesting.
— Ethan Norof (@Mr_Norof) June 6, 2013
Iggy has the ability to make this free-agent class a good deal stronger, as he'd join Chris Paul, Dwight Howard, Josh Smith, Andrew Bynum and Al Jefferson as one of the truly elite players available on the open market.
Once there, he'd have six potential landing spots.