Andre Iguodala was introduced to the city of Denver on Thursday for the first time. During the press conference, a long-term contract extension was openly discussed by both Iguodala and Nuggets management. Two major re-signings by the Nuggets recently, Arron Afflalo and Nene Hilario, have both been traded less than a year after agreeing to a contract extension.
Via Benjamin Hochman | Denver Post
Iguodala made some news at the news conference, admitting that he wants to sign with Denver long-term. He is currently under contract for 2012-13 and has a player option for 2013-14.
"We weren't coming into this thinking this will be a one-year deal," Iguodala said.
Denver executives Josh Kroenke and Masai Ujiri were also at the news conference. Ujiri spoke about how the team would like to lock down "Iggy" to a long-term deal, something he will look into in the coming season.