They'd have to send Demarcus for me to be cool with that :) Granger/Hans for Demarcus/Tyreke.
1st from Nets
We get a SG, shift PG over to the SF. Nice backup point for DC, or push DC to the bench. Backup C and SF. Another first round pick! Could later package DC and a pick or both (possibly Hibbs) to make a run at Rondo.
Nets get another star player to put next to Williams, and probably Howard next year. They save money.
Kings need a SF and want Granger.
An Evans for Danny swap could be...interesting. I honestly haven't seen much of the Kings so I basically just have #s to look at. A straight up trade works, not sure if Sacto'd have interest in that given the extra cash they'd take on. Saves like $7mm this summer if they were interested.
I would take Evans for a 1st. No way a trade of Granger goes there unless Cousins comes with Evans. Evans has proven not to be a pg, which is ok, but he isn't a good shooter either. He's a slasher, penetrator. He would be perfect to come off the bench and run with Hill. Both can share point if desired.
I like a Granger and Hans for Cousins and Evans. but I don't see the Kings dealing Cousins for any reason at the moment. But ya never know.
I would be very happy to see Cousins here. He would make Hibbert look like a All-Star every game. Cousins will be the most dominant PF in the league very soon!
I'm pretty sure Cousins is untouchable. And if he somehow magically gets here with the extremely non-realistic trade idea that was suggested here, we don't have Cousins backing up Roy :-p
Tyreke has a lot of upside, but he's a huge ball hog. I remember watching Kings games last year, their gameplan was pretty much "give the ball to Tyreke, get him to dribble 23 seconds, then have him pull up and miss". Another weird thing is that as a rookie he had all the tools to be a superstar in the league, and his rookie season was really amazing, and then he declined. Pretty strange.
Anyway, the young group of Collison/Evans/George/Hansbrough/Hibbert is pretty interesting. But I'd rather see us do a win-now move, or at least a move that gets us a really talented player (like Rondo) for a package of our talent (Collison, Hibbert, Granger..)
I think Evans and others like Crawford, Jennings, Collison, Brooks, etc. etc reveal that the shoot first phenomenon is fool's gold, and that is starting to get better figured out.
Sure, it's fun when they're scoring 30 points a game. But it's not sustainable. Ultimately, team ball wins. Pass first point guards win, or at least pass savvy point guards.
(DRose is an obvious exception, although he scores first, he is at least savvy at passing and has good court vision. Tony Parker would be an anomaly to my theory here.)