Figured I'd throw in a more plausible FA target than CP3 and Dwight Howard. Iggy has an early termination option coming up. At the age of 29 next year, there's no doubt he'll use it. It will likely cost the Rockets most of their cap money to give him an offer, probably 4yrs/$50-60mil. And if Denver doesn't have success this year despite their depth of talent, I think it's likely they won't do all they can to re-sign him. IMO, benefits of going after Iguodala over any PF option. 1. Banking on one or more of our young PF will develop into at least near-star(Millsap, Prime Scola type). And another will be a solid role player for depth. Morris and Patterson already fit the latter. And they plus DMo/Jones can improve to be the former. 2. Moving Parsons to backup would improve our depth A LOT, and allow him to play a Lamar Odom role as a swiss army knife in terms of substitutions. Also shore up our horrendous depth at the swing positions. 3. Another player to lessen shot-creating duties of Harden, freeing him up to work harder on defense and play off the ball. This is something a free agent PF cannot do. 4. Versatile defender, allowing us to switch more often on defense and play more aggressively. Shore up a huge problem with current play, which is letting mediocre perimeter players kill us. Downside though is that he'll be 29, untradable if his play slips, and has relied heavily on athleticism. He's also been a mediocre jumpshooter, but not detrimentally bad. Unfortunately, there's no 26yr old equivalent of him on the market. I feel if we can see a glimmer of stardom from any of our PFs, this can be a huge signing to catapault us to dark horse contender status. And if our PFs don't show much, there's no point in spending money in FA anyway.