Wolves Trade: K. Love, Pekovic, Ridnour, B.Roy's EC
Receive: Favors, P.Gasol, A. Burks, Duhon (partially guaranteed), better out of Jazz & GSW 1st
The Wolves pull the trigger on this if Love continues making stupid comments publicly and creates tensions with Rubio and the rest of the team (he obviously already has with the fanbase, management and ownership). Gasol is a great fit for the next year and a half but the real prize here is obviously Favors. Burks hasn't been spectacular however with Shved being the future secondary ball handler and fixture at SG and back-up PG, there could be as many minutes there as he deserves. If Burks pans out they would have a very nice back-court trio.
This gives the Wolves a cornerstone piece in Favors who could potentially anchor the defense for the next 10 years. Love and Pek's scoring can easily be replaced through the newly gained flexibility in 2014.
Jazz Trade: Favors, Millsap, Marvin Williams, Burks, Raja, better out of own & GSW 1st
Receive: K. Love, Monta Ellis, S. Blake
/Watson or Tinsley
The Jazz upgrade the PF position and get a star in Kevin Love. Monta gives them a go to scorer on the perimeter and would essentially replace the redundant Millsap's salary slot. This deal improves their shot at winning and maintains the flexibility to make significant follow up trades.
Lakers Trade: Gasol, Duhon, E. Clark, S. Blake
Receive: Millsap, Marvin Williams, Ridnour, Dalembert (EC), $100k TE
The Lakers get a much better team while improving salary flexibility.
Bucks Trade: Monta, Dalembert
Receive: Pekovic, B.Roy's EC, Raja (EC), E. Clark (EC)
Marquis Daniels would be cut to make this deal, and Gooden would be amnestied or tied down to the bench. Earl Clark would likely be cut immediately after the deal also.
The Bucks solidify the front-court while getting two stopgap SGs that could be good fits with Jennings in very limited minutes.