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Is this trade out of the question?

I'm not sold on any leaked information on how this offseason is going to pan out, so as I see it, it's open to interpretation in absolutely ANY direction. So here's another one of those random trade proposals while we wait on the true fate of the Celtics:

Boston receives: Marcin Gortat, Ian Mahinmi, and Suns 30th overall draft pick

Indiana receives: Paul Pierce, Fab Melo, and Hamed Haddadi

Phoenix receives: Danny Granger

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=kk6ysxl

The Celtics get SIZE and can use the pick to snag a CJ Leslie or package picks and send back out to retrieve another piece.

The Pacers are the team that doesn't necessarily have to do anything, but they've played well enough without Granger to be able to move him. In return, they receive a seasoned veteran who knows how to score and can come through in the clutch for a young team on the brink of the Finals. Also, Haddadi Fab Melo who COULD develop into something helpful and more affordable behind Hibbert.

The Suns get a player who can be a go to scorer and a star that they desperately seek.

In another scenario, perhaps the Celtics give up the 16th and a little more to inherit the Suns 5th overall pick?

Who knows what will happen, but I thought this had some potential.

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