In my humble opinion, these trade scenarios have more realistic chances of happening. Richard Jefferson, Antonio McDyess and DeJuan Blair for Richard Hamilton and Greg Monroe Hamilton is unhappy in Detroit, Jefferson is not a good fit for the Spurs. Blair is rebounding machine and Monroe could solve the Spurs frontcourt issues. McDyess’ expiring contact and probable retirement makes him tradeable. While Blair is popular to Spurs fans and has a good nose for the ball, the chance of landing a talented young big man in Monroe and a veteran scorer in Hamilton is hard to pass. This trade could save Detroit some money especially if McDyess agrees to a buyout. Richard Jefferson and Antonio McDyess for Antawn Jamison The Cavaliers might pull the trigger from a short-term financial standpoint. Jefferson can still be effective, albeit not on a consistent basis. Jamison is a proven scorer that can play the small forward and power forward spots. The Spurs will take Jamison’s hefty contract but they will get a versatile player in return. Jamison could help solve some of their glaring concerns.