Thinking about which of those teams might be interested in Bertans.
Atlanta could do it. But now that they have two full time centers, Collins will probably become a full time PF. And they've got the SF position covered with Hunter and Reddish. Do they want to pay Bertans $15M just to cover the 14 minutes Collins doesn't play at PF? Do they want to commit 2021 money when they could otherwise be a player in free agency?
New York remains overloaded at PF, and they presumably want to move Barrett to full time SF. If they sign a big contract lasting beyond 2021, I think it would be for a guard like Bogdanovic or Van Vleet, not another power forward.
Detroit is in total rebuilding mode now that Drummond is gone. I don't see them signing a 27-year-old vet
Miami already has Duncan Robinson, Kelly Olynyk and Meyers Leonard in the spot-up shooter role. And they're keeping their powder dry for 2021. They won't go after Bertans.
Charlotte might consider it. They're thin at forward and a good shooter provides spacing to make it easier to develop other positions.
Phoenix drafted Cameron Johnson to fill the same role, and he's doing so pretty nicely. On the other hand, they don't really have a PF going forward so they might throw their cap money at someone. I think a more defensive-minded guy like Millsap, Morris or Jerami Grant would make more sense for them, though. There's also Gallinari.
So really, I think Charlotte is the biggest threat. Atlanta has so much money, they're a concern too.
ATL is happy with the progression of Huerter and they also drafted De'Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish, they don't seem ready to add vets at this time at this position, but you never know.