In fact, the 6-foot-7 guard has been working out for the Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Indiana Pacers and Minnesota Timberwolves — all of whom have shown great interest in signing the former all-star, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Roy’s last game was in a 2011 playoff loss to Dallas.
His recovery from chronic knee problems has been recently spurred by undergoing the platelet rich plasma therapy procedure that Lakers star Kobe Bryant popularized with NBA players, sources said. The blood spinning procedure gave profound relief to the knees of Bryant, Tracy McGrady and baseball star Alex Rodriguez.
The Golden State Warriors have also expressed strong interest with Roy, who will be 28 next month. The Warriors’ general manager, Bob Myers, was Roy’s agent with the Wasserman Media Group.
After Portland doctors pushed Roy to stop playing in 2011, the Blazers used the league’s new amnesty provision to pay him the remaining $63 million on his contract and made Roy a free agent. Now, as he regains his health, he has a legitimate chance to resume his career.