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1 - Chris Kaman
2 - Dahntay Jones
3 - 2nd Rd Pick (IND)
1 - Jarret Jack
Indiana gets EJ and Thompson while having to take on Ariza and give up a 1st Rd pick. The pick is most likely in the low 20's and while Ariza's deal isn't great by moving Dahntay it eases the cap hit some and he is an upgrade over Jones on both sides of the ball.
Golden State finally moves Ellis and avoids further controversy on whether Curry and he can play together. They bring in Kaman who gives them their first legit Center in recent memory as well as Jones for some defensive punch on the perimeter.
New Orleans gets 2 1st rounders plus a guy in Ellis who not only can be a centerpiece to a team but is still young and has a decent contract. They also get several young prospects in Udoh & Tyler. When you factor in moving both Ariza & Jack all N.O. has left is Okafor as a bad contract whom they can Amnesty at seasons end if they want. I don't see them doing better than this for EJ.
Sacramento gets the legitimate starting PG they need at a bargain price and only give up a guy they are unlikely to bring back next season anyway.
I think this trade makes a lot of sense for everybody involved. New Orleans is obviously the wildcard as they have more red tape with the league being involved….