Detroit Pistons: Possible Kemba Walker trade destinations in the East
The Heat could be looking for backup point guard help, as they really only have Kyle Lowry and Gabe Vincent as true point guards.
Of course, Tyler Herro and Jimmy Butler can play that role as well, but the Heat could seek out some depth and Walker is the type of smart, tough player that would fit their culture.
The Raptors are fairly thin at point guard themselves, with just Fred VanVleet and Malachi Flynn on the depth chart. They are another team with versatile forwards like Pascal Siakam and Scottie Barnes who can also handle the ball, but may be more comfortable with a known commodity behind VanVleet.
The Bulls had a ton of injury issues last season, so may be loathe to add another guy who has missed his share of time over the last three seasons.
But Lonzo Ball has never played more than 63 games in a season and played just 35 last year. Goran Dragic is now 75-years-old and only played 21 games last season.
Alex Caruso (who is not really a point guard) only played 41 games last season, so the Bulls may want some extra insurance against any of those guys missing extended time. Walker is just a big of a risk, but with all of those guys maybe one of them would stay healthy.