I'm bored and using RealGM. What a bad combo. Anyways, here's a trade I came up with that works.
Steve Nash (To POR)
Raja Bell (To POR)
Leandro Barbosa (To NJ)
Boris Diaw (To NJ)
Grant Hill (To NJ)
Raef Lafrentz (From POR)
Stromile Swift (From NJ)
Portlands 1st Rd. Pick
This should answer a few questions.
Why does Portland do it?
Portland then really becomes a contender with a lineup of Nash/Bell/Roy/Aldridge/Oden next year. They would then also have an extremely deep bench. They unload Raef's contract for a year as well.
Why does New Jersey do it?
With RJ being arrested not to long ago, I could see him possibly being traded. Along with the idea of Harris/Barbosa/Carter/Hill/Diaw/Diop/etc. may be enticing.
The Suns stay competitive while building for the future. So with the draft picks we draft DJ Augustin and JaVale McGee. (Portland's is estimated at 13th overall, ours would be 15th). That allows us to have a rotation of:
That's a solid 10 man rotation. It also allows us to build around Augustin, Amare, McGee, Strawberry, etc.
For those interested the trade ID: #4600407
Before I get 100 responses saying "no way". I'm by no means saying this is a possibility, rather it's just something I came up with.