This according to the Philly Daily News:
There has been much debate over how well Iguodala and No. 2 overall pick Evan Turner will co-exist this season, seeing as how the two are similar players in a lot of ways. However, if Turner becomes more of the go-to guy who handles a lot of the scoring, that could be beneficial for Iguodala's game. Scoring in volume has never been his strong suit, while his defense and overall playmaking ability are tremendous assets to the team.
I know Kahn has been down on Iguodala, largely due to his contract. But doesn't this description of Iggy seem to fit well with The Wolves? We don't need an "volume scorer" in my opinion, but perimeter defense and play-making seem to be things we still need to add.
Maybe something at the deadline if Iggy and Turner can't mesh? Thoughts?