Veteran sharpshooter Danny Green isn't even close to coming to an agreement with the Sixers and other teams are taking notice.

The Bucks and Celtics are among four different organizations who have reached out to Green, per NBCS Philly's Harrison Sanford:

The Bucks and Celtics have immediate ties to Danny Green as well:

Green is coming off a respectable year with the Sixers, helping them win the Eastern Conference. The 3-time NBA champion averaged 9.5 points and 3.8 rebounds per game while starting all 69 games he played.

Danny Green would be a valuable asset to any of these teams, giving his ability to shoot the basketball. He's a career 40% shooter from three-point range. At 34-years-old, Green probably won't get a huge deal, but he has extensive playoff experience and knows what it takes to win a title.

There haven't been any clear frontrunners for Green, but the Bucks and Celtics specifically would benefit. Milwaukee will be looking to run it back next season after winning a title and Danny Green would absolutely help them be a solid three-point shooting team again. Boston meanwhile needs all the pieces they can get to complement Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.

Philly would also love to bring him back, but that doesn't seem to be a reality at the moment.