While the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors are ongoing, there is still plenty of news from throughout the league.
The latest comes from Utah, as point guard Ricky Rubio states the Jazz told him he was not a priority for their team. So, with Rubio's contract expiring, the veteran point guard will find himself on the open market. Luckily for him, there are plenty of teams in need of quality and potentially starting point guard.
Here are three teams that make the most sense.
1. Phoenix Suns
The Phoenix Suns are not a shocking team to place on this list. Devin Booker has been balling ever since he entered the league, and in that span, he's lacked a good-to-great point guard to feed him the ball. Ricky Rubio can become the missing piece of the puzzle that is the Suns, especially if they land a stud in the NBA Draft.
2. Chicago Bulls
The Bulls are among the worst around the league in terms of offensive efficiency. Their depth at point guard was exposed after Kris Dunn went down with injury this season. Rubio can help provide a spark on the Bulls, considering he's averaged 6.1 assists per game with Utah.
3. Indiana Pacers
The Indiana Pacers are another team in need of a point guard. Darren Collison is going to hit free agency, and Rubio can become a suitable replacement. Plus, the Pacers can get him for relatively cheap, as compared to the other point guards on the market. If Rubio joins Indiana, he can take a ton of pressure off returning star Victor Oladipo next season.