Andre Iguodala

Drafted:Round 1 (#9 overall), 2004

Current Salary Information

Andre Iguodala signed a 4 year / $48 million contract with the Golden State Warriors, including $48,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $12,000,000.

Contract: 4 yr(s) / $48,000,000 Average Salary $12,000,000 Guaranteed: $48,000,000 Signed Using: Bird Free Agent: 2017 / Unrestricted
Year Base Signing Bonus Incentive Cap Hit
2013-2014 12,868,632 - - 12,868,632
2014-2015 12,289,544 - - 12,289,544
2015-2016 11,710,456 - - 11,710,456
2016-2017 11,131,368 - - 11,131,368
2017-2018 UFA
  • Trade Kicker: 15%

Previous Contracts

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Team Reason Games Susp. Amount Date  
GSW Technical Foul $2,000.00 12/16/2014

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Dec 16 2014
Fined $2,000 for technical foul during GSW-MEM game
Jul 10 2013
Traded to Golden State (GSW) from Denver (DEN) as part of a 3-team trade: Golden State (GSW) traded 2018 2nd round pick, 2017 1st round pick, Brandon Rush, Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins and 2014 1st round pick to Utah (UTH); Utah (UTH) traded Randy Foye to Denver (DEN); Utah (UTH) traded Kevin Murphy to Golden State (GSW)
Jul 5 2013
Signed a 4 year $48 million contract with Golden State (GSW) as part of a sign-and-trade
Jun 28 2013
Exercised an Early Termination Option in order to void the remaining seasons on current contract with Denver (DEN)
Aug 10 2012
Traded to Denver (DEN) from Philadelphia (PHI) as part of a 4-team trade; Los Angeles traded Andrew Bynum to Philadelphia (PHI) and Josh McRoberts and Christian Eyenga to Orlando, Philadelphia traded Andre Iguodala to Denver (DEN), Nikola Vucevic to Orlando and Moe Harkless to Orlando, Denver traded Arron Afflalo and Al Harrington to Orlando, Orlando traded Jason Richardson to Philadelphia and Dwight Howard, Chris Duhon and Earl Clark to Los Angeles, Orlando receives second-round draft pick from Denver (2013), a first-round pick from either Denver or New York (2014), one protected future first-round pick from each of the other three teams: Nuggets (2014), 76ers (2015) and Lakers (2017)
Aug 18 2008
Signed a 6 year $80.5 million contract with Philadelphia (PHI)
Jun 25 2008
Philadelphia (PHI) extended a Qualifying Offer; becomes a Restricted Free Agent
Sep 29 2006
Philadelphia (PHI) exercised $2.8 million option for 2007-2008
Jul 2 2004
Signed a 3 year $6.17 million contract with Philadelphia (PHI)
Jun 24 2004
Drafted by Philadelphia (PHI): Round 1 (#9 overall)