Kenyon Martin is confused.
The NBA season has gotten underway, meaning free-agency came and went, and the athletic power forward still doesn't have a job.
Though Martin's reluctance to accept the veteran's minimum coupled with his desire to play for a contender is likely to have played a part in his failure to find a job, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports that is no longer a problem:
Martin, 34, had hoped to sign with a title contender. Now, he'll be open to joining any NBA team.
"If someone calls me tomorrow, I don't care who it is, whether it's losing or winning at this point," Martin said. "If someone calls me tomorrow and wants me to come in, I'm going."
While Martin's willingness to sign with any and all prospective suitors is encouraging, Wojnarowski also notes there were plenty of teams interested in him beforehand, yet nothing came to fruition.
With the season already in progress, are any teams likely to give the veteran a call, or are any of them likely to even still be interested?
Let's find out.