Ben Gordon will become a free agent next offseason and would listen to the Chicago Bulls if they call him while looking for some bench scoring.
"I had a lot of success here, had a great time here," Gordon said. "I'm not in position to rule anybody out."
The Bulls would only offer Gordon a veteran's minimum salary. Gordon is finishing the five-year, $55 million deal he signed in 2009 and sounds as if money isn't his main priority -- especially since he has fallen out of the rotation with the Charlotte Bobcats.
"I'm at the point now where I would love to win a championship before I'm done playing," Gordon said. "I won one in high school and college, so I want to put myself in that type of situation. I feel it would complete my career."