New Orleans Pelicans
The Pelicans may not fall under the category of contenders, but there is no doubt they could use a player such as Jennings. After acquiring DeMarcus Cousins from the Sacramento Kings, the Pelicans are left with a shorthanded bench, especially in the backcourt.
Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, and Langston Galloway, basically all of the Pelicans backcourt depth, was sent to Sacramento in the deal. Jarrett Jack was signed recently, but there is some doubt to just how much he can help as he just returned from a 13-month absence. While Jennings had a serious injury of his own when he tore his Achilles, he has shown that he is capable of performing this season with the Knicks.
New Orleans is far from a contender; they are currently on the outside looking in of the playoffs in the Western Conference, 3.5 games behind the Denver Nuggets. They’re pretty much playing for a chance to get thumped by the Golden State Warriors in a first-round series.
That is probably not what Jennings wants, but the Pelicans could use him. Of the teams on this list, the Pelicans are the least likely landing spot for Jennings as they are furthest away currently from being contenders.