Andre Iguodala cemented his legacy with the Warriors over his six-year tenure with the team, winning three championships for Golden State. His time as a Warrior might not be over, too.
The New York Times' Marc Stein called Iguodala returning to the Warriors for the 2020-21 season a "virtual lock" in his Wednesday newsletter.
While Iguodala currently is on the Grizzlies' roster, he is waiting for Memphis to either trade him or negotiate a contract buyout. Even if a contract buyout is completed, however, Iguodala can't wind up back on the Warriors. A team that trades a player cannot re-sign him during the season in which he was traded.
But the summer of 2020 could be a different story.
Iguodala is due $17.8 million this season before he becomes a free agent this upcoming summer. Stein speculates when Iguodala hits the open market, the 2015 NBA Finals MVP will find his way to Chase Center.
It only seems right.