The NBA free agency 2017 deals and signings continue as the official time for players and teams to talk started on Saturday. Two players making headlines on Saturday are former Los Angeles Clippers sharpshooter J.J. Redick, and the #Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala. While Redick has agreed to a one-year deal with a new team, the former #Nba Finals Mvp is receiving a three-year offer from the reigning NBA Champions. Will Iguodala sign with Golden State or leave for a new team?

Redick signs with Sixers

According to an ESPN report on Saturday night, league sources said that the free agent guard JJ Redick signed a one-year deal with the Sixers worth $23 million.

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The deal was completed by talks involving Philadelphia's President of Basketball Operations Bryan Colangelo and Redick's agent Greg Lawrence from the Wasserman Media Group on Saturday afternoon.

The team is reportedly where Redick "wanted to be" as he told ESPN that via text message. He also tweeted out "Trust the process" which has been the motto for the young and emerging Sixers team over the past season or so. Redick now joins a Philadelphia Sixers roster with two potential NBA Rookie of the Year candidates in last year's No. 1 pick Ben Simmons and this year's No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz, as well as big man Joel Embiid.

Iggy's three-year offer

The Golden State Warriors are looking to give their reserve star Andre Iguodala a three-year deal worth $13 to $15 million per year, according to The Mercury News.

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A meeting was planned by the two sides as of Saturday in Los Angeles. It was reported that the former NBA Finals MVP met with the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets as well.

As The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears reported, the meeting between Iguodala and the Rockets was "excellent" with a contract offer extended. The details of that particular offer are unknown as of this report. However, Houston would provide an attractive playoff contender team as an alternative to Golden State, should Iguodala have a better offer there.

The former NBA All-Star captured the Finals MVP award two years ago when Golden State won the NBA Finals over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Since then, he's been an instrumental part of the team's bench. However, a recent five-year deal worth $201 million was given to Stephen Curry on Saturday, making history. In addition, it's expected that Kevin Durant will re-sign with the team.

As for Iguodala, a deal can't be officially signed until July 7th so stay tuned as the Rockets, Warriors, and Spurs contend for his services during the offseason. #Nba Free Agency