I have a 4 team trade that benefits everyone. Then I heard PG might be available. So here it goes:
Keeping in mind that most teams are preparing for FA in 2021 and a team like Detroit can't attract players and has a ton of cap space now. Here's the 4 team trade I propose:
Detroit gets: Wiggins, Thad Young, 4th (from Chi) & 39th (from NO)
NO gets: 7th (from Det), Satoransky, Luke Kennard, 44th (from Chi), 51st from (GSW)
GSW gets: Otto Porter, Josh Hart, Ryan Arcidiacono, 60th (from NO)
CHI gets: Drose, Jrue Holiday, 2nd pick....
Given the PG talk....
LAC gets: 4th pick 2020 draft, Otto Porter, 2022 2nd rd pick.
Bulls: Paul George.
These sorts of things make me dizzy, and basically never happen because the GMs get dizzy, too. I know Wiggins is on every fantasy trade, but I think the Warriors like him more than most fans. And Jimmy. I know it's always Derrick back here, but in the new edition of I'll Show You (plug: I was co author), Derrick expresses interest in joining a title team and reasonably soon, though he said he's happy with another season in Detroit (there are Lakers rumors regarding Rose). Plus, my sense is the new administration is committed to Coby and isn't giving Rose his playing time despite what Chicago fans think of Rose. Remember, the new guys don't have our memories of Derrick.
But there are two interesting names in your hodge podge. Many believe Holiday will be on the market as perhaps the league's most underrated defender and a reliable scorer. He has an injury history and two more $25 million seasons. I could see some team close to winning making a move for him. Hey, maybe the Clippers. There were some (joking, I assume) rumors of a Chris Paul return there, though perhaps Holiday makes more sense. It seems Kawhi may be done with Patrick Beverley's starting role, and George seems often to settle into a casual shooting role. Holiday plays defense and scores! Imagine that. George makes about $10 million more, and New Orleans probably doesn't want George taking the shots from all their young forwards. Perhaps a three-way. Ok, Arch, Mokoka and Kornet, the Pelicans need shooting and they need... just kidding.