NBA teams have long been enamored with size, meaning a guy like Dallas Mavericks center Brendan Haywood, who has averaged a mere 7.2 points and 6.2 rebounds during his 11-year career, has value to teams.
That would be teams not named the Dallas Mavericks, who David Aldridge confirmed will amnesty Haywood after signing former All-Star center Chris Kaman to a one-year deal.
Source confirms Mavs to amnesty Brendan Haywood. Dallas reached agreement with Chris Kaman on 1 year deal Wednesday. @espn_macmahon first.— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 11, 2012
While Haywood isn't an All-Star by any means, you can't teach size and length, and having a player like Haywood that can come off the bench and play defense and rebound can prove to be a valuable commodity for several NBA teams.
Here's a look at some teams that could be in the running for the former North Carolina product, especially since he can be had cheap.