Harris + Jefferson + our 2013 first for Pau Gasol.
Utah Does It: Gasol is still a beast, but he has been jaded by playing with Kobe and the Lakers. Gasol and Favors would give us a nasty starting line-up and with Millsap off the bench we would probably have the best front-court.
This also makes us a heavy favorite for signing Nash. Why wouldn't Nash want to come play with Pau Gasol and the rest of the Jazz young roster?
Lakers Do It: Gasol has been jaded by Kobe. The Lakers probably don't have the balls to trade Kobe, and Bynum is the future of the team. The obvious choice is to move Gasol. By getting Harris and Jefferson, they get two expiring contracts, allowing them to have TONS of cap room for 2013 where they could get James Harden or any other number of big FA's. Harris also gives them a better PG than they currently have. The Jefferson + Bynum front-court is probably terrible, but it does give them two dominant scorers down low.
We may have to switch out Jefferson for Millsap, because Sap would be a better fit next to Bynum, but I may still be interested in that.
I think this trade gives us a great chance to actually compete (assuming Nash signs) and it doesn't really halt our future development. Gasol still has some good years left in him and I think he would shine in Utah with Nash feeding him.
Thoughts? Does this work financially assuming Nash gives us a good deal?