Swing-man could test the free-agent market in the wake of upheaval at the club.
Denver Nuggets guard Andre Iguodala is looking into the possibility of opting out of his final year with the team in a bid to hear offers from other clubs.
With the front office at the Nuggets in a state of upheaval in the wake of the club getting rid of their general manager and coach of the year George Karl, Iguodala is looking to see what other NBA franchises could offer him in the way of a long-term deal.
Despite the Nuggets winning 57 games in the regular season their playoffs were ended abruptly after being beaten by the Golden State Warriors 4-2, the ninth time they have been eliminated in the first round in the past 10 seasons.
Iguodala played 80 games in his first full season with the Nuggets after coming to the side as a part of the blockbuster trade that sent Andrew Bynum from the Lakers to Philadelphia.
In those 80 games he averaged 13 points, 5.4 assists and 5.3 rebounds from his 35 minutes a game.