Pelicans Analysis: Pelicans have entered the Kyle Lowry Sweepstakes according to Shams Charania, as the Pels want a top-10 Point Guard who has Veteran experience. Kyle Lowry would compliment Zion Williamson, and can take the Pelicans to the next level. Trading for Collin Sexton is also something the Pels have considered, a backcourt of Lowry and Collin would be one of the best in the league. The Pels take K-Love's contract, but are able to trade Bledsoe's contract. After these trades, the following is what the Pelicans' starting lineup can look like.
Pelicans starting lineup: PG - Kyle Lowry, SG - Collin Sexton, SF - Brandon Ingram, PF - Zion Williamson, C - Montrezl Harrell
Lakers Analysis: It is known that the Lakers are highly interested in reacquiring Lonzo Ball in order to make an improved Championship run next Season. In this case, the Lakers trade away Kuzma who has been lackluster, and trade THT as well. While THT may have potential, it will take time for him to develop, as he too choked in the playoffs this season. If the Lakers want to Win-now with LeBron and AD, then doing this trade for Lonzo Ball is highly beneficial. Additionally, at times the Lakers' bench didn't show effort. Trading Schröder (who also didn't play well these playoffs and is demanding too much money) for Jalen Brunson and some more bench pieces (like Richardson) is highly beneficial. Jalen Brunson is a solid 6th man and will help the Lakers in their playoffs journey. And a backcourt of Ball and KCP would be a young yet high potential one. After these trades, the following is what the Lakers' starting lineup can look like.
Lakers starting lineup: PG - Lonzo Ball, SG - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SF - LeBron James, PF - Anthony Davis, C - Andre Drummond
Mavericks Analysis: Here the Mavericks trade Brunson, Richardson, and Burke for a solid starting PG in Schröder. Trey Burke has generally been deep in the bench rotation, so trading him wouldn't leave any gaps. Josh Richardson had struggled in his time with the Mavs, so trading him would save salary space while bringing in a better player. Jalen Brunson is a solid 6th man for the Mavericks, but if they want to contend then they need to get Dončić help and someone who can distribute the ball. Dončić's contract is going to end in a few years, and the Mavs have to show that they are serious about contending. Dennis Schröder opens the window for the Mavs to contend and would be a solid addition. After these trades, the following is what the Mavs' starting lineup can look like.
Mavericks starting lineup: PG - Dennis Schröder, SG - Luka Dončić, SF - Tim Hardaway Jr., PF - Dorian Finney-Smith, C - Kristaps Porziņģis
Cavaliers Analysis: The Cavs are very open to trading Collin Sexton due to contract, fit, as well as locker room presence. Trading Collin Sexton, while being able to dump K-Love's contract for 2 young players in THT and Kuzma, would be a big win. Kuzma can be a valuable contributor from the bench. The Cavs also receive Bledsoe, who was sought after by the Cavs in 2018. It has been reported that the Cavs are open to drafting Jalen Suggs if they are able to trade Collin Sexton, so here the Cavs also draft Suggs - their Franchise PG/SG (Suggs plays SG very well also). After these trades, the following is what the Cavs' starting lineup can look like.
Cavaliers starting lineup: PG - Darius Garland, SG - Jalen Suggs, SF - Talen Horton-Tucker, PF - Isaac Okoro, C - Jarrett Allen
Raptors Analysis: Kyle Lowry is the GOAT. Kyle Lowry is the Toronto Raptors. However, Kyle Lowry, like CP3, deserves another ring. Trading Kyle Lowry to a team such as the Pelicans - where Zion and BI are Franchise cornerstones ready to compete - is beneficial for all sides. Pelicans can elevate their level, Kyle Lowry mentors and guides the young players while contributing to another Championship, and the Raptors get younger. With the 4th overall pick, Evan Mobley would fall to them and so Raps draft Mobley at 4th overall. With the 10th overall pick, Raps draft Davion Mitchell. GTJ, Boucher, Malachi Flynn, Birch, etc. will all provide a very strong bench - one of the best in the league. After these trades, the following is what the Raps' starting lineup can look like.
Raps starting lineup: PG - Fred VanVleet, SG - Davion Mitchell, SF - Pascal Siakam, PF - OG Anunoby, C - Evan Mobley