The Andre Iguodala trade drama is just not what the Philadelphia 76ers need or want this summer. The organization has placed him on the block, and prior to the NBA lockout teams began to scrape together assets and make offers to land the veteran star.
Iguodala brings great versatility to the court, a trait that every organization covets. His game is very well rounded; he can defend the perimeter, score, pass, and rebound, and was second to LeBron James in triple-doubles last season. In 2010-2011, he averaged 14.1 PPG, 6.3 APG, and 5.8 RPG.
More importantly, he takes on the tough assignments of guarding the opposing team's best player, and is capable of running his team as a point forward.
Iguodala's defense alone makes him a desirable piece for any team, but the fact that he can also be the No. 1 or No. 2 offensive option on any team is what makes him a star.
The 27-year-old swingman has a manageable contract as well, so you can bet that once the lockout is over, a deal will quickly be reached.
Here are 10 teams that can offer enough to the 76ers to pry Iguodala away.
(Note, not all of these are real scenarios or even rumors, this is a list of teams that CAN obtain Iggy. Not all of them are actually in the market to do so.)