The Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs have shown interest in free agent forward Antawn Jamison, reports Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles. He'll likely be in line for the veteran's minimum after passing through waivers this weekend.
Jamison spent the first few months of the 2013-14 season with the Los Angeles Clippers, playing sparingly before being traded to the Atlanta Hawks at the trade deadline in a cost-cutting move. The Hawks never actually planned on retaining the 37-year-old and released him a day after the deal was completed.
The Spurs and Bulls are in fairly different situations, but both teams could use some frontcourt depth entering the final third of the season. Joining San Antonio may be Jamison's best chance of winning an NBA title before retirement, not unlike how Tracy McGrady signed with the team late last season.
Jamison appeared in 22 games with L.A. this season, averaging 3.8 points and 2.5 rebounds per game.