No, current (and potentially former) teammates of Andre Iguodala aren’t frustrated with his play, rather his desire to not listen.
The Denver Nuggets have long suggested that they’re completely confident in their ability to retain their free agent, but fellow players aren’t so sure according to the Denver Post:
Iguodala is content to sit back and watch what happens. When the Howard dust settles and the center is with a new team, there will be more offers, more situations to look at, and potentially more money to be gained for Iguodala and others. Fuming over a misplayed rescinded offer from Sacramento, the Nuggets had the spotlight all to themselves in luring him back earlier in the week. But no deal has been struck and Nuggets players like Ty Lawson have lost a bit of faith that their personal best efforts to persuade him to return have fallen on deaf ears.
As evidenced by the rescinded Sacramento offer, Iguodala is more than happy to wait in the free agency process, enjoying all of the courting apparently. It’s frustrating more than a few parties in the process though.