The Kings originally offered free-agent forward Andre Iguodala a four-year deal. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
UPDATE: 1:44 a.m. ET
In a surprise twist, the Sacramento Kings have rescinded their four-year, $56 million contract offer to free agent Andre Iguodala, according to Sam Amick of USA Today Sports.
Sacramento originally offered the swingman while mulling whether to match the Pelican's four-year, $44 million offer for restricted free agent Tyreke Evans.
It's not yet clear why the Kings took their offer off the table after presenting it to Iguodala earlier in the day. The former Nuggets swingman took to Twitter after learning the stunning news:
Iguodala was scheduled to make $15.9 million next season before opting out of his deal with Denver and will be eligible to sign a new four-year deal elsewhere or sign an extension up to five years with the Denver Nuggets.
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Iguodala spent his first eight NBA seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers
and averaged 13 points, 5.3 rebounds and 5.4 assists in his first season with the Nuggets, who won a franchise-record 57 games last season.