Some of them might suck, but hey, I'm board, and trade scenarios are fun.
Indiana trades Stephen Jackson and Scot Pollard for Jerry Stackhouse and Shawn Bradley.
Stackhouse replaces Reggie and becomes our go-to scorer in the clutch.
Dallas get's someone that can play D our on the perimeter as well as score a few buckets.
Both teams exchange useless centers.
I already know you guys are going to hate that one.
Ok, how about this one.
Indiana trades Anthony Johnson, Scot Pollard, a future first rounder for Derek Fisher, Rodney White, and Zarko Cabarkapa.
Indiana get's a good backup point with championship experience, along with some more depth at guard and another combo big man, and one that can hit threes by the way.
Golden State get's a good back up point, an experienced center, which they really, really need, and a future first rounder.
I think that one is actually a very good deal for us, but probably not Golden State.
Here is one that I really like.
Indiana trades Scot Pollard to Philadelphia for Aaron McKie and a 2nd rounder.
Indiana gets a veteran 2 guard who can step up and play when needed, can also knock down threes, and could be a veteran presence at little expense. And also get a 2nd rounder for taking a player with 3 years left on his contract. (Not like we are going to be under the cap anyways)
Philadelphia get's rid of McKie's 3 year deal, get's Pollard's expiring contract for next season.
Don't know what you guys will think about that.
We have Seattle re-sign Ray Allen, then offer them Croshere, Bender, and Jackson, along with a future 1st round pick or two. Actually, I didn't really try with this one. I think I'm just dreaming.
Also, I'd love to sign Bo Outlaw. His prescence in the lockerroom would really be great for this team.
Tell me what you think.