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Iguodala is easily the 76ers best player and most valuable trade commodity. The problem is that he's being paid superstar money (about $56 million over the next four seasons) for merely star performance.
The 6'6" swingman is playing a team-high 37.1 mpg and averaging 14.2 ppg on 44.5 percent shooting. He's developed into a much more efficient passer, averaging a career-high 6.1 apg to go along with less than two turnovers a game. He's also an outstanding rebounder for his size (5.8 rpg) and capable of defending multiple positions.
Iguodala had a breakout performance over the summer as a starter for Team USA in the FIBA World Championships, but he's still best suited as a No. 2 or No. 3 option on a championship team. The Cavs and Rockets have both inquired about Iguodala, and the Mavericks could definitely use him after losing Caron Butler for the season. However, thus far Iguodala has been kept off the market.
It would take a monster offer to convince Stefanski to trade away his team's biggest starter. But with Evan Turner looking like the real deal, it might finally be time to trade Iguodala and go into full rebuilding mode.