Dorell Wright spent last year on Portland's bench, unable to scrap together minutes outside of garbage time or the occasional moonlight as an emergency stretch four.
He turns 30 this season, and instead of fielding a veteran's minimum deal from another NBA team, Wright will take his talents to China.
Good for him. He'll earn more money and see the court way more often over there.
Wright is five years removed from leading the entire NBA in three-point attempts (and makes) back when he was with the Golden State Warriors. Maybe he can rekindle a bit of that range as a Dragon, then come back to the NBA once his Chinese season ends—March at the latest.
Wright can still help an NBA team space the floor. Which one will be lucky enough to grab him?