I just spent a little while poring over the Trade machine and there are only a couple feasible moves that can be made. But in each case, there are a lot of holes that can be shot through it.
It all really depends on if you want to trade Kaman or Camby. I didn't see a strong return for Camby that would make sense at this particular moment. They need to see if Kaman is ever going to come back or is he going to have, God forbid, Billwaltonitis in his foot.
However, if Kaman comes back, there are a couple options.
Kaman to Minnesota for Mike Miller
Kaman and Thornton to Charlotte for Wallace and Augustin
Kaman and a draft pick to Washington for Caron Butler
Kaman and Thornton and Skinner to Chicago for Deng, Thomas and Sefolosha
That's about it. And as I said, you can shoot them all down. Miller isn't enough, Charlotte, Washington and Chicago probably wouldn't do those trades. But that's what fits salary wise. . and that's if they want to trade Kaman. They probably won't.
Look, we all know the problem. The fish stinks at the head. Dunleavy has been outcoached from the get go. The Clips look unprepared. Baron looks disinterested. Thornton has regressed to Maggettelike me first status. And Kaman is Camby several years ago (always getting hurt). Marcus Camby is playing like an All Star but he has no help. And God Forbid there is a decision that has to be made by Dunleavy in a late game. At least Daniel Ewing isn't there to come in cold and not close out on a three. (but I'm not bitter about that)
If we could fire Sterling, everyone knows we would. But Dunleavy is feeling the curse of Elgin. Which is laughable but true.