Doc Brown wrote:Cleveland - CJ Miles / Speights / Their 2nd 1st rounder
Washington - Ariza / Seraphin / # 3
Charlotte - Sessions / Gordon / # 4
Phoenix - Beasley / Dudley / # 5
i think only the cleveland deal makes sense; maybe the phx deal (though i think they'd rather keep dudley and move frye).
for charlotte: both of those guys expire, so they don't gain anything in terms of flexibility. they'd have to really love pau to do that.
washington: again, ariza expires, and seraphin is a guy they like. also, they have nene, who basically plays the same position as pau. i don't think it makes any sense for them at all. now, if the lakers were willing to eat nene's deal, i think nene/3 for pau might work.
i still think a deal with sac makes some sense:
salmons and one of thornton/hayes, plus the #7 pick for gasol. the lakers save a few bucks this year, salmons is non-guaranteed next year, and there should be a useful player still on the board at 7. the kings win big on talent and shed some salary if pau doesn't work out.
anything with charlotte would probably require eating tyrus thomas's contract, and i'm not even positive that does it.