The Warriors want Love. The Kings want Rondo. The T-Wolves want young players who can help them right away. The Celtics want to keep Love away from the Cavaliers.
PF David Lee, 2 yrs/$15 million.
SG Jason Terry, 1 yr/$5.9 million.
PF Reggie Evans, 1 yr/$1.8 million.
C Festus Ezeli, 2 yrs/$1.1 million.
SF Quincy Acy, 1 yr/$915k.
Future top 10-protected Warriors pick.
PF Carl Landry, 3 yrs/$6.5 million.
PF Jason Thompson, 3 yrs/$6 million.
SF Harrison Barnes, 2 yrs/$3 million.
PG Ray McCallum, 2 yrs/$816k.
C Ognjen Kuzmic, 1 yr/$816k.
Future top 10-protected Celtics pick.
Future top 10-protected Kings pick.
PG Rajon Rondo, 1 yr/$12.9 million.
SF Gerald Wallace, 2 yrs/$10.1 million.
SG Kevin Martin, 3 yrs/$6.8 million.
To Golden State:
PF Kevin Love, 2 yrs/$15.7 million.
SG Keith Bogans, 2 yrs/$5.3 million.
SF Travis Outlaw, 1 yr/$3 million.
Go with three bigs in the lineup at times, shifting Green to SG. Consider tanking by re-trading some of these guys for picks and expiring contracts. Some of the guys on 1 year contracts could be waived due to roster constraints and an excess of power forwards.
The Kings end up with a nice lineup of C Cousins, PF Williams, SF Gay, PG Rondo, SG Martin.
The Warriors improve with a lineup of C Bogut, PF Love, SF Iguodala, PG Curry, SG Thompson.
The Timberwolves get to tinker around with a few solid guys on affordable contracts who have upside, plus add a pair of draft picks.