Too many of the trade Ideas are trying to get value for value or talent for talent for our big three. I certainly wish that could happen. However, I doubt it. IMO, we must settle for assets such as draft picks and promising young players who have yet to crack their teams rotation-hopefully with expiring contracts and team options. as an example Houston has two first round picks in 2012 yet have seven(7) players with team options. Houston Needs a big impact player to make the playoffs and to go deep. Thus, a KG trade might work. for their picks and a couple of your players giving us their team option for 2012.There are several other teams like the Wizards with lottery picks and young players and even have several non impact players with about 8 Mil expiring contracts. I know they are in our division (sic) but they have that lottery pick which might be somewhere around 1-3. Utah also in a similar position. I would also look at the competing teams to see what they would have. Chicago still need a three point threat like Ray. Lakers and clippers could certainly use a Paul Pierce Golden State might could use a Jermaine O'neal for spot duty when is he can play.
Finally I would not rule out New Jersey who might want to get a Pierce or Allen With Jermaine thrown in for their picks.
Essentially looks for assets and expiring contracts from rather than look for value for value which is not going to happen.