So I have always been a fan of OJ Mayo, although he isn't a great SG like some speculated in the past, I think he is a solid 2, especially off the bench. There have been two trade talks in the past regarding the Nets and Pacers. The Pacers had a decent deal around McRoberts and Rush while the Nets had a somewhat low ball offer of Anthony Morrow OR Jordan Farmar + Cash + Pick. The Pacers deal seemed to be done, but the deal soon died off. The Nets deal was nowhere near as close, but it seemed like Grizzlies were willing to listen, even though I believe Morrow AND Farmar would be pretty dumb on Memphis' part.
Yet again, this is pure speculation, but it seems to me that Mayo would be a nice fit for the Clippers. Before, I would not really think too much into it because I believed that Mo Williams would HAVE to be part of the deal, but after seeing that the Grizzlies were entertaining an offer of Morrow or Farmar, I thought maybe the Clippers might have a chance. I would prefer we keep Mo, especially after these past performances, so I believe that a Bledsoe + Foye deal may be the key. I like Bledsoe, but at this point, the Clippers are not about rising, something Bledsoe still must do, they are about winning sooner rather than later. Foye is a decent backup SG, but his bigger benefit is his expiring contract. Why would the Clippers do this? Their 2nd team obviously needs some more scoring aside from Mo, I think the Williams doesn't trust anyone aside from himself on that team, and neither would I. Why would Memphis do this? Honestly, I'm not 100% sure. I think Conley and Allen are very good guards, but the fact that Memphis was willing to consider Morrow or Farmar makes me believe that they would be willing to take back other guards for Mayo. Bledsoe + Foye seems like a much better deal than a Morrow + Farmar (which wasn't even offered). Mayo seems like a solid scorer, maybe we should consider him?