When free-agency began Saturday, free-agent swingman Andre Iguodala met with the San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Rockets. However, Iguodala cancelled the rest of his meetings after talking to the Rockets, fueling rumors that he could join Houston. Iguodala was scheduled to meet with several teams interested in his services, including the Sacramento Kings.

According to Sam Amick of USA Today, Iguodala’s meeting with the Rockets went well and there were "good vibes shared by all". Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated said the 33-year-old Iguodala received a contract offer from the Rockets that he can use as leverage with the Warriors.

League sources claim that Iguodala could command a $20 million annual salary from other teams. The Warriors’ latest offer is a three-year deal in the range of $13 to $15 million annually.

Warriors to meet with Iguodala

Initially, Iguodala did not set a free-agency meeting with the Warriors but recent reports indicated that they will negotiate a long-term deal, which is slightly higher than the four-year, $48 million contract that he signed in 2013.

The Warriors have agreed with their other free agents, including Stephen Curry, who signed the first supermax contract in the league -- five years and $201 million, making him the highest-paid player in the NBA today. The Warriors also agreed with Shaun Livingston on a three-year, $24-million contract with $18 million in guaranteed money.

They can officially sign their respective deals on July 7.

A starter early in his career with the Philadelphia 76ers and the Denver Nuggets, Iguodala evolved into a sixth man when he joined the Warriors via trade in 2013. During his tenure with the Warriors, he averaged 7.4 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.1 steals. In an effort to keep Iguodala, Kevin Durant said he will only ask for a 20-percent increase in salary next season, from $26.5 million last season to $31.8 million.

Durant officially declined his player option but he will sign later in July after the Warriors sign their free agents.

West signs one-year deal in last hurrah

Veteran power forward David West also signed a one year, $2.32 million deal after winning his first championship with the Warriors. According to West, he will hang up his jersey for good after the coming season, his 15th in the league.

As reserve with the Warriors, West averaged 13.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per 36 minutes. Two seasons ago, he signed with the San Antonio Spurs with the hope of winning his first NBA title. He joined the Warriors last season, signing a veteran minimum deal.