To put Stephen Graham in the rotation in a consistent manner.
If he can contribute, we need to trade either Williams, Granger, Dunleavy, or Daniels. A team with a back court talent level of the Pacers doesn't need to have four relatively good swingmen, we need to trade one of these guys (possibly packaged with Tinsley) for a decent PG.
At this point I don't think we'll ever be able to package JO and Tinsley together. Three years ago when we should've got rid of them it was possible, but now no one is going to want to take both of those albatross contracts at once. TPTB move with such terrible efficiency, it's kind of sickening sometimes.
To get rid of both of them we'll have to do two separate trades with a sweetener like Dunleavy or Williams involved if we want to get anything marginal back for JO/Tins. Hell we may have to do that to even move either of these contracts period, discounting completely what we would get in return.
I know I am rambling, but my point is it is now or never to see if Stephen Graham can contribute for this team on the court. I really don't understand the current line of thinking- he scores 15 points in a game, and gets a string of DNP-CD's as a reward. If he can, it makes one of our four forwards even more expendable than they already are and it might just convince Larry, who makes moves like he's living molasses as it is, to finally deal one of our forwards, hopefully exorcise the brawl, and get some of the back court help we need. Or, if not help, at least get us some expiring contracts.