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Hawks get: Jason Thompson, Darnell Jackson, and 2012 first round pick from the Pacers
Kings get: TJ Ford, D. Jones, Eric Dampier
Pacers get: Al Horford
Bobcats get: Beno Udrih, Solo Jones
Kings get: a serviceable backup PG that they need in Ford and can let him expire and resign him for much much cheaper if needed next summer, a strong defensive player in jones, and the best asset in the NBA in Dampier.
Hawks get a much cheaper guy who puts up nearly the same numbers as horford and is really more of a C as horford stated that he prefers to play PF. They also get under the LT even more. and get a future 1st draft pick that adds insurance to the future.
Bobcats get a starting quality point guard for Dampier's contract and get a big back in return.
Pacers get the PF of the future in Horford, Got rid of Ford, and trading Dahntay Jones frees up wing time . This also saves 5.4 off the team payroll and allows the Pacers to sign 2 guys which means Rolle and an MLE.
Well maybe swap D Jones out for B-Rush then it would maybe look more attractive to the Kings but if you look at what all the teams give up and get it seems pretty even. and I don't think Hoford will bolt in FA. We have the money to match any teams offer. The hawks are going no where but sideways if they keep their current roster its best to shake things up. Jason Thompson is nearly a double double machine the same as horford and the hawks also get a 1st round pick out of that but Horford is still the better player of the 2 and the Pacers give up players that don't really fit the future well assuming D. jones is in the trade and not rush.