Here was my idea in another thread:
Thanks for the input. How about this:
The changes are this:
Utah gives up Al and Paul.
Boston gives up Rondo and Pierce
Brooklyn gives up Humphries
Clippers give up Bledsoe and dead weight (Hill, Odom, Green)
Rondo - Mo - Tinsley - Watson
Foye - Hayward - Burks - Murphy
Williams - Carroll
Favors - Humphries - Evans
Clips look like this:
Paul - Billups
Crawford - Barnes
Pierce - Butler
Griffin - Thompkins
Jordan - Turiaf - Hollins
Bledsoe - Terry - Bradley
Lee - Barbosa
Odom - Green - Hill
Garnett - Bass - Sullinger - Wilcox
Big Al - Melo - Collins
The Nets basically swap Humphries for Millsap.
The Clippers gain a superstar and keep Crawford.
Boston gets their superstar with Al (I know, I know, but you can sell him as a guy to go next to Garnett), young potential pg, and cap room next summer.
New Jersey gets Millsap for nothing.
The Jazz get Rondo, and keep the big 4. I think the Jazz take the biggest risk out of the group. They give up two known commodities for potential in Favors and Kanter and Rondo might demand out if it doesn't pan out quickly.