Best Potential Landing Spots for Royce White to Resurrect NBA Career

May 29th, 2015 by Dan Favale Leave a reply »
Royce White is on the verge of making an NBA comeback.

Drafted 16th overall in 2012 by the Houston Rockets, the 24-year-old has played in just three regular-season tilts to date. He's spent the last three years bouncing around, going from Houston to the Philadelphia 76ers to the Sacramento Kings.

As USA Today's Sam Amick noted back in February 2014, he "struggled to adjust to the NBA lifestyle," in large part because he suffers from an anxiety disorder. But White isn't thinking about that now. He's ready to return.

"I don't even believe in that, in case it doesn't work out," he said of his return, per "It's gonna work out, it's gonna work out."

It's unlikely that White lands a prominent role anywhere. But teams will always make room for a versatile forward with first-round upside. The best fits will be squads that can capitalize on his skill set and surround him with the right leadership.

Rumors will play a factor in determining White's best potential destinations. Past ties to coaches and play styles will count heavily as well. 

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