Most of the big names in the world of NBA free agency have found new homes but there are a few veterans left out there looking to keep their NBA careers alive.
One such veteran is Antawn Jamison, who was a bit of a hot name when free agency opened. He’s still on the market, but is apparently beginning to draw a lot of interest. The Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies and Charlotte Bobcats all reportedly have interest according to DeAntae Prince of the Sporting News:
Jamison said he will definitely tread more cautiously through this latest decision on his NBA future. As he did when he chose to sign a one-year veteran’s minimum deal with the Lakers last summer, Jamison has suitors. The Bulls, Clippers, Grizzlies and Bobcats have all showed interest in the 37-year-old free agent, who believes he has a couple more years left of competing at a high level.
Jamison is going to have a hard time finding a home on the open market for any kind of real money. He signed the veteran minimum last year with the Los Angeles Lakers, so don’t expect much more than that.
It sounds like Jamison believes he has a few good years left to offer despite already coming in at 37 years of age. That may be the case, but he has not done a good job of convincing teams just yet.