It is hard to argue against Marcus Camby’s 17-year NBA career and the experience he brings to any team in the league at 39 years old.
So do not just assume this is another roster filler free-agent signing that is about to go down over the next few days.
Far from it.
Camby cleared waivers Sunday after having his contract bought out last week by the Toronto Raptors and is apparently targeting Miami, Houston and Chicago as teams on his short-list and is expected to make his decision this week. The question now becomes, will the veteran center chase a ring with the Heat or Rockets?
Right now, all signs are pointing toward Houston.
The 6-11 Camby would bring shot-blocking prowess to the Heat, who tend to play small-ball when LeBron James shifts over to power forward and the former NBA Defensive Player of the Year (2007) would serve a valuable service, but Houston is a little different story. Not only does he bring those attributes to the Rockets, but Camby would al...