Iguodala will work out at a location of his choosing while the front office seeks the best trade offer for the veteran forward, Herrington adds. Iguodala will not make an appearance at the team’s annual Media Day, freeing him from the awkwardness of talking about his uncertain future.
His absence could stretch into the first couple of months of the season and he has braced for that possibility, Herrington adds. Many of the players signed as free agents this summer won’t become trade-eligible until December 15.
Iguodala said in an interview over the weekend that he and the Memphis front office were “on the same page.”
Iguodala has the highest salary on the roster at a shade below $17.2MM. He’s in the final year of his deal.
He was acquired in a salary dump by the cap-strapped Warriors, who sweetened the deal with a future first-round pick. Memphis believes it can obtain even more assets for Iguodala in another trade, which is why the club hasn’t shown interest in a buyout.
The 35-year-old Iguodala spent the last six years with the Warriors, mainly as their sixth man.