By Dave Daniels @AllDave_AllDay on June 17, 2014
Chris "Birdman" Andersen could produce for a lot of teams in the NBA at the current moment, but these are the five who could benefit the most. The Miami Heat obviously make an appearance, and the San Antonio Spurs might pop up as well. The Birdman has not had the best of luck so far in the NBA; we will have to see how he ends up finishing his career.
The Miami Heat would not be a bad option for the Birdman, but he could also end up having to roll with a different team. If he wants to continue playing at a high level, then Andersen had better hope that LeBron James will return as well.
Anthony Davis is not a bad teammate to have, and I would not expect Andersen to complain about the Unibrow. Andersen would likely be pleased to rejoin the Hornets, but it would still be a difficult reunion.
I could be way off base here, but I think that Stan Van Gundy will be a savior for the Pistons. SVG will help his younger players adapt to the league, which should have been pounded in by all of the rap lyrics over the last few years.
The Washington Wizards would be a strange spot for the Birdman, and it is mainly due to the roster. Andersen would not be able to start on the Wizards, but he is also not able to start on the Heat. The Wiz will hope to make the playoffs for the second year in a row behind John Wall's point guard play.
It would be doubly strange for Andersen to play for the Spurs after Tim Duncan dominated the Birdman so badly during the 2014 NBA Finals. Here is hoping that it never happens, but this slideshow will examine the just-in-case.
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