Most NBA teams have more or less filled up their roster with big names, meaning adding role players will be next. Among the teams looking to beef up their rotation include the Denver Nuggets, Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Clippers. Aware that a lot of banging lies ahead, these are teams reportedly interested in the services of Trevor Booker.

Booker may not be a big name in the free-agent market although he is a reliable player off the bench. The 31-year-old last played for the Indiana Pacers in 2018 but eventually took his act to the Chinese Basketball Association. He suited up for the Shanxi Brave Dragons for about two months before returning home to undergo foot surgery, CBS Sports reported.

Sources told Hoop Hype that the three teams mentioned earlier are looking into the possibility of adding the 6-foot-8 player. He has already worked out with the Bucks and the Nuggets. Slam Online added that the Clippers are also taking a look at the journeyman power forward who could fit in perfectly to Doc Rivers' system.

Booker's averages are not that impressive although he is ready to provide the energy and take the banging. He holds career averages of 6.9 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 532 games. Regardless, these could be more than enough for teams looking to add a reliable bench player.

Considering he is coming off foot surgery, the decision to add Booker may depend on how well he has recovered. Looking at the frontline of the three teams, the Clippers and the Bucks appear to be sensible landing spots. Patrick Patterson and JayMichael Green are on Rivers' rotation but adding Booker could end up being a big boost.

The same holds true for the Bucks even if they have Brook and Robin Lopez already. Adding another big man could take some load off the Lopez brothers, especially if the Bucks intend to replicate last season's NBA playoff performance.

The Nuggets are in a similar situation with the Clippers. They have the likes of Jerami Grant and Mason Plumlee. Booker could be taken in as insurance by coach Michael Malone who are expected to make another serious run into the NBA postseason wars.

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Former Sacramento Kings coach Mike Malone has been hired to coach the Denver Nuggets. Pictured: The Kings and Nuggets battle during an NBA game. Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports