That finger that Marcus Camby is holding up might as well symbolize the number of years that he has left in the Association. On the brink of becoming the 22nd player in the sport's history to hit 40 while on an NBA roster, the big man is looking for a new team, and he'll likely do so on a one-year deal.
According to Fox Sports' Chris Tomasson, he's narrowed the candidates down to three teams: the Miami Heat, Houston Rockets and Chicago Bulls. This comes on the heels of clearing waivers during a tumultuous offseason, and Camby will likely make his decision by the end of the week.
While he began the offseason as a member of the New York Knicks, boasting a contract that paid him guaranteed money this year and non-guaranteed cash in 2014-15, Camby was sent to the Toronto Raptors as part of the trade that brought Andrea Bargnani to Madison Square Garden. That didn't last long, as the Raptors chose to waive him, making the 39-year-old an unrestricted free agent once he cleared the waivers.
That's happened, and now Camby gets to choose where he plays next.
Let's break down the best landing spots.