Now, the Magic reportedly are listening to offers for Glen Davis and Jameer Nelson, but aren't eager on trading them any time soon. However, I thought about a trade that can work out for both teams significantly, even though it does has some flaws. But come on, what trade doesn't? So, here we go with a NBA Trade Machine approved trade.
Orlando trades Hedo Turkoglu, Glen Davis, Jameer Nelson, Kyle O'Quinn, and a 2014 first round pick (top 20 first rounder from Denver)
Why Orlando would and would not do it?
Well, Orlando need a future point guard. Either by draft, or a already established NBA player. Deron Williams is still somewhat young, and has came back from has ankle injury pretty well. Scoring consistent, and passing well. His ankles can be a future concern, but the Magic can get back into contending sooner than later with a all-star PG like him, and still keep their top 5 draft pick next summer. Also, dumping Hedo Turkoglu is a very nice thought. Teletovic is a solid forward, and Plumlee is solid as well, and can back up Vucevic at the C. However, Orlando maybe reluctant giving their second first rounder up, and Williams is not the PG he used to be.
Why Brooklyn would and would not do it?
Big Baby back with his old Celtics pals? I don't know if that's good or bad, BUT he can be their starting C because Lopez is out. Nelson is a solid PG who can still be a starter. Kyle O'Quinn is a nice young center. Raw, but gets the job done. Biggest part? The 2014 pick. Brooklyn has a very low record for "championship contenders", so the loaded upcoming draft class could be a big value to them. However, they would be taking twice the payroll and cap room would just be a bigger issue.
I think this trade isn't half bad really. Orlando gets their PG and Brooklyn gets a draft pick and a Big Baby. Realistically, it probably won't happen, but with DWill not liking Brooklyn by the minute, and Orlando willing to trade Davis and Nelson, anything is possible in this case.