Mavs: Get a quality player next to Luka while the market dries up on smalls.
Lakers: Obtain a solid starting wing when healthy in Gordon Hayward without giving up one 1st.
Hornets: Tank the lost season and shed around 100M in future salary over the next four years while gaining a prospect with NBA rotation player upside.
Trade value logic:
I revise my Terry Rozier trade value analysis, he likely has only a tiny bit of trade value. Why? Small guard who isn't great defensively, not a great distributor of the basketball and is on a massive contract, that's not an asset teams chase. Given how few teams are in general looking for a small guard (Collin Sexton took a long time to find a team willing to pay, CJ got just Josh Hart in return as Larry Nance Jr got a 1st) and the contract stacked on top of that, the trade market is likely dry for Terry Rozier. Teams that are interested in small guards that are win-now have Mike Conley, a shorter term contract for a player of at minumum equal quality (I'd argue more win-now value than Rozier). A mediocre propsect in Josh Green is around Rozier's value, not a future 1st.
Lakers take on two bloated/negative contracts for a massive expiring, there should be no scenario where they give up a 1st.
Hornets would be rewarded with a top lottery pick in the 2023 NBA draft after this season with loads of cap space, a massive win for their future. Getting super nit-picky over getting picks when the market won't command that would be a blunder of a decision.