With the trade deadline on February 6 fast approaching Iguodala has made it clear he is prepared to sit out the rest of the season if Memphis don't move him to one of his favoured destinations, according to The Athletic.
A couple of Memphis Grizzlies youngsters, Dillon Brooks and Ja Morant in particular, had something to say about the Andre Iguodala situation in Memphis. However, it is unclear if Iguodala will want to play for the Heat, as he may prefer to be traded to a team on the west coast.
In fact, Brooks is hoping that Iggy gets traded before Thursday's deadline so that they "can show him what really Memphis is about".
Andre Iguodala's tenure with the Grizzlies had been mostly quiet until Monday night.
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Ja Morant, a front-runner for the NBA's Rookie of the Year award, took to Twitter to co-sign his teammate's slight at the veteran. Aldridge added, "Iguodala and Memphis mutually agreed he would not report to the Grizzlies while the team tried to find a trade partner".
Iguodala, 36, spent the previous five seasons competing for National Basketball Association titles with the Warriors.
Led by Morant, Brooks and sophomore Jaren Jackson Jr., the Grizzlies now occupy the eighth seed in the Western Conference at 25-25. He averaged 5.7 points last season for the Warriors and has also played for the Denver Nuggets and Philadelphia 76ers during his 15-year career.