At the beginning of the 2009 season, it looked like Travis Outlaw was on his way to a big deal once free agency hit in 2010.
A regular off the Blazers' bench, Outlaw was primed to show he could be a starter somewhere else in the league. He averaged 12.8 points a game off the bench two seasons ago.
Unfortunately for Outlaw, injuries derailed his season in 2009-10. He only played 11 games for the Blazers in the first half of the season due to a foot injury before he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers at the deadline. He played decently well for LA, but was slowed by his injury.
The summer of 2010 looked like it would be a big pay day for Outlaw, but that probably won't happen.
So who will target the forward? Teams possibly losing small forwards, such as Memphis and Orlando, could be in line for his services.
Organizations with a lot of cap space that miss out on some of the top free agents might gun for him too.
Outlaw has a lot of options, but he probably won't make the money he thinks he deserves. Here are the top destinations for him.