Warriors forward Andre Iguodala went on CNBC's Power Lunch on Monday to discuss investing and his new book, "The Sixth Man."
Near the end of the segment, though, the 2015 NBA Finals MVP was asked how Golden State will look next season.
"We're gonna be good, actually," Iguodala said. "We're flying under the radar because we had some devastating injuries. But we got the top training staff in sports. They'll have Klay back in February, March. KD might miss the whole season.
"But for him, it's good to get away from the game ..."
The host, Tyler Mathisen, interjected and asked where KD and Klay will sign in free agency.
"I think they'll both be back with the Golden State Warriors," Iguodala answered. "We all keep it real. We're like brothers. We keep in contact. But regardless of any of that -- if both did decide to leave -- they would still be my brothers. I would still keep in contact with them as much as possible.
"I just wish the best for both of those guys as they come back full strength."
The two-time NBA Finals MVP isn't going to the Knicks?
"Nobody's going to the Knicks, sorry," Iguodala said before smiling. "At least my guys aren't."
Well, well, well.
The positive spin from a Warriors perspective is that Iguodala didn't say, "I don't know" in regards to KD's future.
The whole world expects Klay to be back in the Bay. But with Durant, the speculation has been New York -- either the Knicks or the Nets -- and very few people are predicting that he will re-sign with the Dubs.
The situation is fluid, and you'll probably read and/or hear 100 different takes and opinions between now and the start of NBA free agency Sunday.
The reality is nobody knows what will happen at this point. And it's possible Durant himself still hasn't made a decision.
As Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report wrote on Monday morning:
"Whatever Kevin is planning to do," says one league executive who has known Durant since he entered the NBA, "he is going to change his mind at least 25 times before he actually does it."
You've probably changed your mind over 25 times when predicting what will happen, right?