There is definitely some worth for the Hornets if they do decide to deal the 7’0” center and there still seems to be interest, according to John Reid of the Times Picayune.
Kaman is a career 11.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game type of player that plays a position (center) that most teams would love to upgrade. Here are a few teams that would fit him best.
What position does the Heat lack most?
Would Kaman fit well with the Heat?
At 7’0”, Kaman is a productive and skilled big man when healthy. He shoots around 50 percent from the floor in his career and 74 percent from the charity stripe.
Miami is 12th in the league in rebounding with 42.8 per game and their center that leads the team in boards is Joel Anthony with 4.2 per game.
There is a glaring hole in the middle for Miami and the former NBA All-Star Kaman could rectify their problems.
The best fit from this would be the Miami Heat.
The Spurs are 19th in the NBA in rebounds per game, but are one of the best teams in the league. If they could add another piece down low to help Tim Duncan and their older roster, San Antonio could be playing in the NBA Finals.
Where would Kaman fit best?
Also, Kaman would provide rest for Duncan in this shortened NBA season. Having legs and health come playoff time will be more important than having home court in the Western Conference.
Adding Kaman to the roster would help in that area.
Los Angeles Clippers
Back with the Clippers? Maybe.
As I suggested, I believe the Heat are the best fit for Kaman, but the Clippers also struggle rebounding the basketball. They sit 15th in the league in rebounds per game.
Kaman has produced at a high level with the Clippers throughout his career. They know what he brings to the table, so there is a possibility of at least thinking about entertaining the idea given their lack of depth at center.