By Michael LeDuc @mike_leduc on May 31, 2014
The Boston Celtics may potentially have five players coming off of their books this offseason. If Boston does not re-sign these players, here are where they might end up.
New Team: Chicago Bulls
Faverani did show potential at times, but he is still extremely raw and has yet to figure the NBA out. He's 6-foot-11, can rebound and has a pretty nice outside shot. If the Celtics decide to not bring back the Brazilian big man, then the Bulls should pick him up. He would be a cheap option, would add much-needed depth to the front court and stretch the floor.
New Team: Miami Heat
Bogans can still be used in a trade this offseason, but his salary comes off the books no matter what. Miami loves signing washed up journey men. Bogans will be the latest to fit that bill with the Heat.
New Team: Charlotte Hornets
Bayless did extremely well for the Celtics in his short stint in Boston. Re-signing him would be smart on the Celtics' part or he will sign with the Hornets. Charlotte needs perimeter shooting as well as point guard depth. They would probably overpay for a role player like Bayless as well.
New Team: San Antonio Spurs
The Spurs needs more of a presence in their front court — someone who can do the dirty work. Humphries is relentless on the glass and is a bruiser in the post. San Antonio could use a guy like Humphries off the bench.
New Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
Cleveland will be able to give Bradley a little more than he is worth next season. He would be a perfect, complementary piece on the Cavaliers. Dion Waiters and Kyrie Irving seem to be at odds. Bradley will be able to get out of Irving's way on offense and do the dirty work on defense.
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