With this news, who would be the best fit for him? I would expect a team to sign him to a very cheap deal seeing as he'll be paid heavily regardless for his buyout.The Hornets, sources say, are planning to waive Lewis before July 1 to slice roughly $10 million off the $24 million that he is owed in 2012-13. With the resultant financial flexibility, New Orleans is confident in its ability to re-sign restricted free agent Eric Gordon this summer to ensure it doesn't lose the best player it received in exchange for face-of-the-franchise Chris Paul in December
I know it's not going to be everyones favorite option but maybe NY. He can help spread the floor or allow them to use smaller lineups.
Where does everyone see him going?