Marcus Camby, who was traded to Toronto last week in a package for Andrea Bargnani, might not even suit up there.

Camby's agent confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com on Friday that he's working with the Raptors to find a better situation for the 39-year-old center. That could be a trade or a buyout to allow Camby to find a new suitor.

"We have spoken with [Toronto], but haven't demanded anything," Kaplan said. "We are working collaboratively with the Raptors to end up in a situation that works for everyone."

Camby was disappointed when he was traded, expressing his desire to play for a contender.

"It's unfortunate that I wasn't given a meaningful opportunity to contribute last season in New York," he said in a statement. "I was really looking forward to the upcoming year as a chance to show the organization what they missed out on last year, and pushing our team toward the Finals. ... Given that my goal at this point in my career is to have a shot at a championship, however, I'll have to evaluate my options going forward. I've enjoyed a great career, and under the right circumstances I hope to continue making an impact in the league."

Could that contender be the Heat?

Rewind to last July. Camby was on his way to the airport, and Miami, for a meeting with Pat Riley and Co., but his former teammate Allan Houston was able to talk him out of it.