The Warriors are saving 14 mil for the price of 2022 SRP and 2023 FRP, the latter of which is likely to have very little value as it should be the first season where Steph, Klay, and Dray are healthy, plus at that point, Wiseman will be a starting caliber player. In my mind Wiggins and LeVert are a wash because next to Dray, Caris is just as good of a defender as Wiggs, and LeVert’s shooting percentages/efficiency should go up like Wiggs did playing alongside the human torch that is Steph Curry. Starters: Curry, Poole/Klay, LeVert, Dray, Looney | Bench: Poole, Lee/Moody, Iggy/Otto, JTA, Wiseman/Belly | Kuminga?
If the Pacers are going to trade Myles Turner, they have to have better defenders at the 4, presuming Sabonis (a gaping black hole on defense) moves to the 5. Anderson provides that. Tyus Jones provides more PG depth, and can play alongside Brogdon. The Pacers are essentially trading LeVert and a 2023 SRP for Anderson and Jones which seems pretty fair to me (not counting Summer because he is likely to have little to no role on the team anyway). Starters: Brogdon, Lamb, Warren? (WTF is going on there) / Duarte, Anderson, Sabonis
The Grizzlies move a bad contract, Anderson, and Jones for 2 bad contracts and 2 SRPs. However, I think we can all agree that Wiggins has wayyy more upside than all of the Grizz outgoing players. Plus, swapping Adams for D Fav would give JJJ a chance to play the 5 more, which is the position he will someday become a star at.
Lastly, OKC continues its trend. Being a salary and roster spots dumping ground and gaining draft capital (in this case a 2023 FRP from Golden State).