Nobody knows which team Andre Iguodala is going to finish the 2019-20 season with.
But we do know that the former Warriors forward will become an unrestricted free agent next summer.
How many more seasons for the 2015 NBA Finals MVP?
"I could play like Vince Carter. I could. I won't," Iguodala said Thursday on Hot 97 radio out of Brooklyn. "I'm really excited about the things that I got going off the court. Patience is killing me on the schedule. I'm ready to go full-time off the court.
"But I'll probably play like two, three more years. Three years max. So we'll see how things shake up. I've been working out. I'm in really good shape. I'm the leanest I've been in awhile."
Iguodala -- who will turn 36 years old on Jan. 28 -- is entering his 16th NBA season.
Carter -- who will turn 43 years old on Jan. 26 and was drafted fifth overall by the Warriors in 1998 -- is entering his record-setting 22nd NBA season.
Iguodala, meanwhile, is waiting for the Grizzlies to strike a deal. If they can't trade him by the Feb. 6 deadline, the expectation is that the sides will agree to a buyout -- allowing the two-time All-Defensive selection to pick his next team.
"Hopefully it happens sooner than later," Iguodala told Hot 97.
In the meantime, he will have to keep working on his golf game and watching the Dubs from afar.