Michael Beasley hasn't met expectations of the NBA since being drafted out of Kansas State in 2008 one pick behind Derrick Rose.
The Heat dealt him, and now the Minnesota Timberwolves are trying to follow.
The Wolves need to make room for the emerging Derrick Williams and for Beasley, that means getting the short stick.
Still a young contributor, Beasley would make a fine addition to a team such as the Lakers or Celtics, who both will need to get younger soon.
Recently, the Lakers turned down the Wolves' offer of Beasley for a first-round pick.
That leaves Boston as a viable choice.
The Celtics eventually will lose the Big Three, and Beasley could be a nice piece in building around Rajon Rondo. Doc Rivers is a well-respected coach who could work on Beasley's apparent immaturity.
Sam Amico of FoxSportsOhio believes Boston is the most likely landing spot.