D.J. White is still a free agent, but that may change soon.
White, a former Indiana forward who was cut by the Brooklyn Nets this summer, said Saturday he will likely decide on his professional future in the next couple of weeks.
"I'm still in the waiting process, talking to a couple teams," White said at Tom Crean's camp. "I got different offers back in China. Right now I'm just weighing my options and taking my time with it. Hopefully in the next couple weeks I'll decide what I'm gonna do."
White played in Shanghai last year before being signed by the Boston Celtics late in the season. He was shipped to Boston as part of the trade that included Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.
"That was a good experience [in Boston]," White said. "I learned a lot from guys like KG, P [Pierce] and Jeff Green, those guys. Just happy to be back."