Here are 2 trade options that address weaknesses for both teams, while dealing from positions with the most depth on each team.


Option #1: http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=avzl2m3

Year 1: Minnesota adds $600,000 (pro-rated for 1/2 season)
Year 2: Minnesota adds $280,000
Year 3: -
TOTAL: Minnesota adds $880,000 (over 1.5 seasons)


Option #2: http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a46yboj

Year 1: Minnesota adds $106,500 (pro-rated for 1/2 season)
Year 2: Toronto adds $87,000
Year 3: Toronto adds $4,519,500
TOTAL: Toronto adds $4,500,000 (over 2.5 seasons)


Minnesota
- add wing depth
- clear logjam at PG


Toronto
- add PG depth
- clear logjam at wing


I think it's a pretty fair, simple trade that could benfit both teams in the short-term, without changing the long-term finances of either team.



* I tried to trade Anderson & Lucas, thinking Lucas could also play some SG for Minny, but their combined salary isn't high enough to return either PG