Say you were the G.M. and wanted to blow up the team. Who would you realistically like to trade for? Keep in mind with NBA rules salaries have to be close for the deals to work.
We can't trade big salaries for draft picks. I would definitely hang on to Camby. He has been the most consistent player this year and throughout his career and as far as his comment after the Philly game, I understand his frustration. Please don't trade him for Q.
E.J. is definitely a keeper and I would keep A.T. as well as he has a relatively low salary and a positive upside with the right kind of coaching and SYSTEM.
No matter what we do with personnel, we need a new system. It is stale, boring and predictable. If Dunleavy isn't willing to change, he should move (or be moved) on.
We definitely do not need another project center. One is more than enough for any team, so todays trade was puzzling no matter what happens to Camby.
Randolph with his huge salary is probably here to stay which isn't a bad thing, but he is definitely a defensive liability.
I would keep Novak, Taylor, DJ as they are cheap and can provide some spark off the bench.
Everybody else I would explore trades for.
Kaman despite his injuries has decent value around the league.
Baron has been a major disappointment, both from a playing and leadership standpoint.
Ricky Davis probably has no trade value at this point, maybe a second round pick.
Here are some of the players I would look for in a trade that are potentially available for the right price:
Kelena Azubuilke, Wilson Chandler, Jason Terry, Brandan Wright, Gerald Wallace, Raymond Felton, Paul Millsap, Carl Landry, Udonis Haslem, Josh Howard, Thaddeus Young.
Who would you like to trade and who would you like to realistically get?