David Lee has had a long and successful career. The two-time All-Star has been in the NBA for well over a decade, starting with the New York Knicks in 2005. It's possible that his career is coming to an end, though. There aren't many takers for a 34-year old power forward with a limited set of skills. Still, someone in free agency will take a bite eventually, if that's what Lee wants. Here are four teams that could be interested in him.

4. Boston Celtics

Lee's first tenure in Boston didn't go terrifically well. He played in just 30 games, averaging 7.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game.

He was waived by the team in the middle of the 2015-16 season. But the team could desperate use any depth or live bodies at the power forward position. They could sign him to a cheap one-year deal, which will probably be necessary with their cap situation and NBA title aspirations.

3. Oklahoma City Thunder

Depth is the name of the game in Oklahoma City. Lee would be more offensive-minded than many of the Thunder big men - here's looking at you, Nick Collison and Steven Adams - which isn't saying much. Besides, Lee has what most of the Thunder roster lacks: an NBA title. The organization wants to convince Russell Westbrook and Paul George that staying in Oklahoma City and pursuing a title is a worthy cause; the big man can help do that.

2. Orlando Magic

The role Lee should fulfill for an NBA team is that of a wise veteran ready to impart wisdom on young players. With the Magic, he can help Aaron Gordon take the next step in his career. He can also help out with rookie Jonathan Isaac, even though the sixth overall pick in the NBA Draft doesn't play the same position.

Maybe he'll even help the Magic win a couple of games - just kidding, they're going to be bad again. Speaking of teams that could use a veteran big man, though....

1. Philadelphia 76ers

The Sixers don't have a lot of notable veterans on their roster, with the newly-signed shooting guard J.J. Redick leading the charge. They have several young big men who have injury problems in their past and a long road of development in their future.

Joel Embiid and Jahlil Okafor need a veteran presence to look towards and Philadelphia needs an insurance policy for their big men. There may be better options in free agency, but there aren't better fits. Additionally, Lee could be had for a cheaper price and on a one-year deal, which will keep the team's salary cap flexible.