Denver Nuggets forward Jerami Grant is reportedly expected to attract interest from the Dallas Mavericks, Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns if he declines a player option in his contract to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reported Monday the Heat aren't in line to offer more than a one-year contract, which makes their chances of landing Grant "unlikely" given the widespread interest.
From that group, let's take a look at five teams best suited for the Aussie's skillset and how he fits into their current roster: Portland Trail Blazers - Pick no. Led by Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, the Portland Trail Blazers have one of the best offensive backcourts in the NBA, but will no doubt be looking to make improvements on the defensive end of the floor.
There have been times where Rondo had to go through adversity, namely during the 2014-2015 season when he was with the Dallas Mavericks. While appearing on the "The Full 48" podcast, Rachel Nichols of ESPN explained how Rondo once told her that he almost quit basketball because of his time with the Mavs. After a falling out with his head coach, very few teams wanted him, and he wasn't sure where to go from there.