The San Antonio Spurs have the best record in the NBA and the Charlotte Bobcats have the worst. But they have something in common.

Mike Conley, the agent for often-injured free-agent center Greg Oden, said Wednesday they’re both teams that interest his client.

“I definitely can see both of those teams (as possibilities),’’ Conley said in a telephone interview with FOX Sports Florida. “San Antonio has an aging front line with (Tim) Duncan, and with Duncan and the Admiral (retired David Robinson, who still lives in San Antonio), he would have some great mentors.

“Charlotte, they are rebuilding. They would be in a better position (than many teams) to take more of a risk.’’

It would be a risk signing Oden, who hasn’t played in an NBA game since December 2009. He has had five knee surgeries since being the NBA's No. 1 draft pick in 2007, but he wants to resume his career next season.

Conley, who continues to talk with Heat team president Pat Riley, said Miami remains in the picture for Oden and that he still anticipates his client will visit with the Heat. Conley said it likely won’t be before the Feb. 15-17 All-Star break, but he’s trying get Oden to Miami in the latter part of the month to meet with team officials.

“That’s our goal,’’ Conley said. “But we’re not in a rush to do things.’’

Conley said the chances are becoming less that Oden will sign with a team before the end of this season simply for rehabilitation purposes. If not, Oden, who definitely won’t play this season, will choose a team in the summer.

“A few weeks ago, I’d probably have said it was 80 percent,’’ Conley said of Oden signing with a team this season. “Now, I’d say it’s 50-50.’’

Conley said he wouldn’t be surprised if the chances of Oden signing this season continue to decrease. He’s figuring out more and more that it likely will be an extended process for any team wanting to sign Oden. Conley said teams want to thoroughly go through medical records.