The fans of the National Basketball Association await the decision of the Memphis Grizzlies on Andre Iguodala.

The Grizzlies acquired the high flying wingman from the Golden State Warriors in a blockbuster multi-team trade that saw Kevin Durant moving to the Brooklyn Nets and D’Angelo Russell joining the Warriors.

However, Iguodala made it clear that time that he will neither be joining Memphis’ media day nor the training camp as reported by Chris Herrington of the Daily Memphian.

This development sparked rumors that both Iguodala and the Grizzlies will work on a buyout for him to become a free agent.

However, rumors of Memphis trading Iguodala instead became more prevalent since the team is currently rebuilding and will prefer a young player or a future first-round pick to make its roster more solid in the long run.

Whatever the Grizzlies’ decision will be, at least two teams will be ready to bring Iguodala into their fold should the Grizzlies finally let him go.

The likeliest, according to David Aldridge of The Athletic, are the Los Angeles Lakers, citing NBA executives.

One top league official told Aldridge that Andre Iguodala will have the “best combination of ring chance and role" with the Lakers.

The Lakers currently have the best record this season right now at 6-1, winning their last six games after a season-opening loss to their fellow Staples Center tenants LA Clippers.

With a solid roster led by LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and a resurging Dwight Howard, Iguodala will make a nice fit coming off the bench.

Meanwhile, according to NBC Sports’ Josh Schrock, Iguodala can also opt to rejoin the Warriors.

However, Golden State’s “Big 3”, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, are currently in injury bay.

Thompson injured his anterior cruciate ligament during Game 6 of last year’s NBA Finals between the Warriors and the Toronto Raptors and will be out at least after the All-Star break.

Curry and Green, meanwhile, suffered injuries in their hands earlier this season and are also sitting out.

With Russell also injured, Golden State is left with ragtag players to lead the squad, making it hard for the 2015 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player to consider a return to San Francisco.

Iguodala, however, can come back with the Warriors next season, when the team is in full strength again.

Of course, Memphis keeping Iguodala and, if they agree, gives him playing time remains an option.

andre iguodala Andre Iguodala #9 of the Golden State Warriors speaks to the media during the 2018 NBA Finals Media Day at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, May 30, 2018. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images