Toronto: Devin Harris, Kirk Hinrich, 2012 first round pick from ATL, pick from Utah (maybe?)
Utah: Jose Calderon, Marvin Williams
Atlanta: Barbosa, CJ Miles, Aaron Gray
Toronto clears cap space for this summer. Calderon is the better PG of Harris but Harris is not far removed from being very good - he will also be in a contract year next season. Harris also makes $2M less than Calderon next season. In the last few games he has also showed signs of life.
Utah gets better at the point and on the wing. Williams is reportedly not happy in Atlanta. Utah is never going to be a free agent hot spot destination so adding the extra salary is not going to be a big deal as improving through trade is realistically their best option (much like Toronto it would appear).
Atlanta clears $7.5M in salary for next year and improves for their playoff run for this year. They need another big and Aaron Gray is much better than Erick Dampier who has signed 2 ten day contracts. Of late, JJ has been and is more than capable of starting at SF and Willie Green has started at SG. This off season Atlanta, with the $7.5M less in salary for Williams, could make a run at RFA Brook Lopez if Orlando fails to do a sign and trade with Orlando and D12 signs unrestricted in NJ. Josh Smith and Howard are good friends as well so ATL would have a nice piece to give up in a sign and trade with NJ and could have a front line next season of JJ-Horford-Lopez (not too bad). Atlanta has always been looking for a true C to pair with Horford.