When the San Antonio Spurs acquired Goran Dragic at last week's trade deadline, it was expected the veteran's stay in San Antonio would be a short one. Less than a week after the deadline, the Spurs and Dragic have agreed to a contract buyout.

Multiple teams are expected to pursue Dragic's services when he clears waivers. He's been linked to several playoff contenders, most recently the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks.

Dragic played in just five games for the Toronto Raptors this season, after being a part of the sign-and-trade that sent Kyle Lowry to the Miami Heat. In his last full season with the Heat, Dragic averaged 13.4 points and 4.4 assists in 26.7 minutes per game, mostly off of Miami's bench.