Well, the first two parts of my last post, which were contingent on the Nets, and Dwight, have pretty much been answered. Dwight is signing the ETO (Early termination option), so he/ll be there through at-least next year.
The third part of what I considered our best options (Sessions), is still in play. I'm doubting that Sessions is traded to the Lakers unless it's for their Trade exception. I'm not sure if the Cavaliers care to have the exception because they will have approximately $20m in cap space this summer, so unless Indiana & Atlanta cannot put something together, then I think it's more likely that Sessions would stay with the Cavs as opposed to being traded for the TPE (unless he "requested it himself" whgich he hasn't).
Jamison is almost definitely staying in Cleveland
The Atlanta Hawks appear to be the most likely to make a deal with the Cavs for Sessions. They have $60 million committed to 6 players next season, and have to sign a minimum of 7 more to make the roster minimum. I think the Cavaliers may have a pretty decent shot at getting their (Atlanta's 1st) for Sessions because Teague is really pissing Smith & his other team-mates off.
This is the sort of deal I see as possible:
Sessions, & Sac 1st. (Cavs will try to do deal with one of Orlando's 2nd's first)Cavs get:
Marvin + (Atlanta 2012 1st, top-15 protected).Why:
Atlanta gets 8 million off next season's cap number, and allows them to move on after the Williams pick never worked for them. At the same time, Sessions will give them a looksy and let them know whether Teague is expendable. If Sessions plays well enough, then Atlanta may sign him to a 3 year 18m contract, and Atlanta will be able to trade Teague during draft for a later pick (LAL?). Cavs move Gee over to SG & start Williams with Casspi backing up MW, and the Cavs get the 2nd 1st rounder that they wanted. They give up the Sac pick, but they have a good shot at never seeing that pick, and with this being such a strong draft, it would be worth it anyway, especially with the Cavs owning two 1st rounders in 2013 & 2015.