This one could be a stretch, but the Chicago Bulls could be an attractive option for Chauncey Billups.
The Bulls have been striking out in finding a good shooting guard to be MVP Derrick Rose's floor mate.
Already, most of the free agents have been snagged up, including Jason Richardson signing a four-year deal with the Orlando Magic for $25 million.
The Golden State Warriors' Monta Ellis would require a trade and the Bulls would have to outbid the Washington Wizards for Nick Young.
With that in mind, Billups might be attracted to the Bulls. They could convert him to play as a shooting guard and he would share the backcourt with an explosive Rose. Billups could take over ball-handling duties if Rose is being pressed or mask-guarded too hard, allowing Rose to play off the ball more.
A starting lineup of Rose, Billups, Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah would arguably be the best in the NBA.
The Bulls are also interested in signing Billups' former teammate Richard Hamilton to fill in as the starting shooting guard. Billups has a close working relationship with Hamilton, as the two won an NBA Championship together with the Detroit Pistons.
If that happens, Billups could be the sixth man the Bulls lacked in 2010-11 while being the primary backup for both Rose and Hamilton.