According to Yahoo! Sports, the Kings are making a big offer to free agent swingman Andre Iguodala.
Sacramento is offering free agent Andre Iguodala a four year, approximately $56 million contract, league sources tell Y! Sports.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 3, 2013
The Kings are making a hard push for Iguodala. General manager Pete D'Alessandro and assistant general manager Mike Bratz were in Denver last season when the Nuggets acquired the former All-Star from Philadlephia.
Iguodala's scoring was down last season. He averaged 13 points to go with 5.3 rebounds and 5.4 assists. Iguodala is also one of the NBA's better perimeter defenders.
The Kings allowed a league-worst 105.1 points per game last season.
The push for Iguodala is a reason Tyreke Evans might have played his last game in Sacramento.
Evans could give a verbal commitment to the New Orleans Pelicans to sign a four-year offer sheet worth at least $44 million.
All deals cannot be signed until July 10 when the league moratorium ends.
The Kings would have three days to match the offer to Evans because he is a restricted free agent. But if they are able to sign Iguodala, the chances of matching the offer are slim.