For the moment, Andre Iguodala is a member of the Memphis Grizzlies organization.
But Iguodala and the Grizzlies reportedly have agreed to an arrangement where the former Warriors star won't attend training camp and the team will keep trying to trade him.
Despite all that drama, it doesn't appear Iguodala is too worried about his future, as evidenced by a Twitter reply to NBC Sports Bay Area Warriors reporter Kerith Burke.
Hold on now kerith... I'll be just fine now...— andre (@andre) September 24, 2019
After six seasons with the Warriors, Iguodala was traded to Memphis because Golden State needed to clear salary cap space.
But from the very beginning, there was little chance Iguodala would ever suit up for the Grizzlies, who are in full rebuild mode.
NBC Sports Bay Area's Monte Poole spoke with Iguodala over the weekend, and asked the 2015 NBA Finals MVP about the possibility of playing for Memphis.
"We'll see," Iguodala said. "OK, maybe I shouldn't say we'll see. But we're trying to figure out things on both sides. They're trying to figure out some things, and I'm trying to figure out some things. As of today, we're on the same page. Camp opens the next week. We'll see. We're on the same page, though."
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Whatever happens, it sounds like Iguodala will be just fine.