Iguodala Wants Change in Philly

by May 01, 2009

Andre Iguodala, stinging from yet another Playoff elimination, doesn’t want to see the same faces in Philadelphia next season: “We could have been a 50-win team,’ Iguodala said last night after the Sixers lost Game 6, 114-89, and their Eastern Conference quarterfinal to the Magic, their second six-game, first-round playoff loss in as many seasons. His solution? ‘Moves. It’s going to be a busy summer,’ Iguodala said. ‘I’m going to sit down with Ed and discuss what I think will get us over the [hump].’ As for coach Tony DiLeo, the team’s assistant GM who replaced Maurice Cheeks in December and led the club to the playoffs, well, Iguodala didn’t exactly endorse his soft-spoken boss. ‘We’ll see about that,’ he said, when asked whether DiLeo should return. ‘We’ll talk. We’ll try to get the best-case scenario.'”