Toronto Trades: Chris Bosh, Hedo Turkoglu, DeMar DeRozan
Philli Trades: Elton Brand, Andre Igoudala, Evan Turner draft rights
NY Trades: David Lee (S&T), Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler
Toronto Receives: Elton Brand, Danilo Gallinari, #2 pick
Philli Receives: David Lee, Wilson Chandler, DeMar DeRozan
NY Receives: Chris Bosh, Hedo Turkoglu, Andre Igoudala
For those wondering about David Lee being a BYC player, I don't think that has an effect here because New York is under the cap and can absorb the contracts, in spite of Lee's out-going contract value.
SG: (Evan Turner at #2 pick)/Marco Belinelli
SF: Danilo Gallinari/Sonny Weems
PF: Elton Brand/Reggie Evans
C: Andrea Bargnani
+ 13th pick (gogo Paul George!)
+ re-signing Amir Johnson
There would probably still need to be a trade at the PG spot, but this team would have 4-5 promising young players (Turner, Weems, Gall, #13 pick, Amir). A 3 man rotation of Brand/Bargs/Johnson isn't much worse than last season, but we'd have bolstered our 2/3 spots with loads of young talent (especially if we get George).
PG: Jrue Holiday/Louis Williams
SG: DeMar DeRozan/Willie Green
SF: Wilson Chandler/Jason Kapono
PF: David Lee/Thaddeus Young/Jason Smith
C: Samuel Dalembert/Marreese Speights
Philli starts fresh. Dalembert's contract expires at the end of the season allowing Lee to slide over to the 5 and Young to start at the 4. They become a much younger team with a lot of assets, and are easily capable of running the floor like Doug Collins wants.
New York Roster:
PG: Toney Douglas
SG: Andre Igoudala/Bill Walker
SF: Hedo Turkoglu
PF: Chris Bosh
C: Eddy Curry
New York is still under the cap by about $6 million after this trade. They have a slasher in Iggy, a creator in Hedo, an all-star forward in Bosh, and a young PG in Douglas. They also have Eddy Curry's expiring and a developing Bill Walker. Sure they miss out on LeBron, but I'd say Bosh + Iggy is a fairly decent consolation prize.