Andre Iguodala's not surprised about talk that he could be traded in the next few weeks.
"I wouldn't be surprised. . . Nobody wants to be on the losing end, but when you are on the losing end, you have to make changes," the Sixers' swingman said before Wednesday night's loss to Milwaukee, which leaves the 76ers with a 15-30 record.
Iguodala has more than $56 million left on his contract when the season's up and that includes three more years in Philadelphia with an option on a fourth year. Right now he's averaging 17.4 points a game, which is the team's highest.
This year's been a disappointment after last year's "decent" run up to the playoffs, Iguodala admits.
"So you never know what the front office might be thinking," Iguodala said.
Sixers President and GM Ed Stefanski hasn't commented on the trade rumors. He told The News Journal:
"We talk to all the teams on a regular basis."