What about this trade:
Memphis gets: Jose
Indiana gets: Mike Conley, Demarre Carrol (filler) and about 6 mil. of the Bosh TPE
Toronto gets: Mike Dunleavy, Hamid Haddadi
Memphis needs a PG as it sounds like they've soured on Conley and Mayo doesn't look able to make the shift. They take on some salary this year and for the next 2 but it's not crazy. If they make the playoffs, I think they'd make back the financial burden they took on, even without winning a game in the post-season.
Indiana gets some instant salary relief without really affecting their long-term picture (since none of the players they get last longer than a year) and get to give Conley a try-out. I think Price is injured as well so they need a body for the start of the season.
Toronto gets a true C, albeit a project whose numbers say he's a major rebounder. More importantly, they get a decent SF which I think they could use since Kleiza, De Rozan and Weems are all question marks (at least at SF). And they lose 2 years of Jose's salary.
I haven't seen a lot of Dunleavy (and next to none of Haddadi) but this seems like a sensible trade for all sides. Anyone got any thoughts?