^^Here's the issue.... Pau will only have value to teams "in the hunt".... and they might be willing to give up picks but most likely not players as you describe.
The only other potential team that may want Pau is one that needs to cut salary.... which means we may get back some decent players but they will most likely have bad contracts.
Now with Kobe's injury we are no longer one or two young, fast good players away..... we're a lot further away than that unfortunately. Dwight is a great piece but he's not a centerpiece IMO. He isn't the guy that's going to take over down the stretch in a close game and win it for you.... he'll keep you in it but the player that will win if for you is in rehab, 35 years old and not anything close to what he once was.... Facts I'm afraid.
So, as I've noted before, we have two clear choices in front of us. Go below the cap and then have only the cap + the MLE to fill in the entire roster besides Nash and Howard (assuming he's resigned). OR... trade everyone who's tradable before then to get picks and youth to re-build with. This option will keep us above the cap most likely but give us more flexibility down the road. Signing everyone in one offseason for multiple year contracts will make is unbelievably difficult to get the right mix IMO....
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