Warriors offer Andre Iguodala 3-year, $45 million deal, sources say

Iguodala flips script, meets with Warriors (0:50)

Andre Iguodala goes against his original plan and meets with Golden State in a process that is moving faster than anticipated. (0:50)

The Golden State Warriors met with free-agent forward Andre Iguodala in Los Angeles in a last-minute effort to retain his services and ended up offering the 2015 NBA Finals MVP a three-year, $45 million deal, league sources told ESPN.

Sources say the proposed deal doesn't include any options and is guaranteed for three years.

In addition to Golden State's offer, sources say Iguodala is mulling multiyear deals from the Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs and Sacramento Kings.

A decision is expected soon, according to sources.

It is believed that the Warriors upped their initial offer by a couple million and relinquished tagging a partial guarantee onto the third year of the deal.

Golden State has already agreed to deals with Stephen Curry, Shaun Livingston and David West. Kevin Durant will re-sign at some point following Iguodala's negotiations.

On July 1, the first day of the free-agency period, Iguodala met with San Antonio, Sacramento, Houston and the Los Angeles Lakers. He canceled a meeting with Philadelphia.