By Chad Ford . . .
First, here is the link: http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=5208043
Second, he followed it up with reporting that he was told that none of the Texas teams are on his list.
He limits himself to the Raptors, the Lakers, the Heat, the Bulls and the Knicks. This is particularly shitty for Toronto in any situation because none of those teams have anything that is genuinely valuable in a sign-and-trade (NY has nothing except Gallinari, the Lakers have an injury prone Bynum to dangle, the Bulls have Deng or Hinrich, and the Heat have Beasley and chump change). This isn't to say that, if he wants to leave, that they don't 'force him' into a sign-and-trade with some hard negotiating, but the chances of Houston picking him up are now really slim, which is a bummer to me because he would've been a great upgrade at the 4 spot.