Best and Worst Destinations for Each High-Profile 2013 NBA Free Agent

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Best and Worst Destinations for Each High-Profile 2013 NBA Free Agent
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Josh Smith wouldn't be so confused if he landed in his best destination.

When 2013's high-profile NBA free agents hit the market, they'll quickly decide where they'd like to end up. Each player has a best and worst destination, and they'd clearly like to wind up in the former over the latter. 

Some of these marquee free agents are looking for a shot at a championship. Others are seeking the best system and a set of surrounding personnel best suited for maximizing their talents. Others still are looking to avoid getting constantly booed by fans. 

Regardless of their motivation, each player has a best destination. And if you can have a best, you can have a worst. 

When you're looking through the rest of this article, please keep money in mind. For example, Andre Iguodala would be a tremendous fit for the Los Angeles Lakers, but Mitch Kupchak doesn't exactly have the money necessary to land him. The Miami Heat aren't going to be able to solve their center problem by signing Al Jefferson or Andrew Bynum, and Chris Paul certainly won't be replacing Mario Chalmers at the point. 

Be realistic, but go ahead and leave your own opinions about where these guys will end up.

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