Russell Westbrook may not be the MVP-level player that he once was, but there is no doubt that he can still help a team with his energy, rebounding, playmaking, and slashing. As of right now, Russell Westbrook is averaging 15.9 PPG, 6.2 RPG, and 7.5 APG.

Recently, we saw Russell Westbrook get moved to the Utah Jazz in a three-team deal that sent D'Angelo Russell to the Los Angeles Lakers. He might end up getting a buyout from the team, as they are currently a rebuilding franchise.

If he were to secure a buyout from the Jazz, there are already teams that are interested in him. Chris Haynes has recently reported that the Los Angeles Clippers and the Chicago Bulls are among the teams that are interested in acquiring Russell Westbrook if a buyout of his contract happens.

Should Russell Westbrook secure a buyout from the Utah Jazz after the three-team trade is complete, the Los Angeles Clippers are said to have interest in the star guard, league sources tell NBA on TNT, Bleacher Report.

The Chicago Bulls are interested in signing Russell Westbrook should he secure a buyout from the Utah Jazz, league sources tell NBA on TNT, Bleacher Report.