Saw this on another forum:
It's an article saying the Cavs should call Kerr up and offer Joe Smith and filler for Barbosa since they need a sharpshooter to help spread the floor for Lebron.
I actually thought of a deal that works better than that deal, since it does absolutely nothing for the Suns.
Diaw/Barbs for Smith/Varejao and West (S&T 2yrs/$9.5 mil) West has been offered 2 yrs/$10 mil to go to Europe and is highly considering it. The Cavs aren't going to give West more than they gave Booby Gibson, so a deal anywhere close to that offer from the Cavs isn't cutting it (West wants near $10 mil for 2 years).
The Cavs get Barbosa (who is that sharp shooter) but they also gain Diaw is plays his best as a facilitator at the high post. The Cavs don't have anyone that plays there or can play there to the effectiveness that Diaw can. Barbosa isn't a passer so getting Diaw in the deal helps with the ball movement to open the floor for the LB's (Barbs and Lebron)
For the Suns it gives us that elusive back-up PG for Nash (plus he;s been a starter so he could definitely handle the duties so Nash can rest those 10 or so games that has been talked about). We also get another big energy defender in Varejao and a mulit-faceted guy in Smith. Before you say "we already have Varejao in Lopez, remember we need more depth in our bigs already with Diaw here so in essence we get Smith and AV for Diaw. Also, AV isn't an offensive type player. Lopez showed a lot more offensive ability in the post during summer league than he ever did at Stanford, so they aren't as alike as you may think. We keep with the multi-positional type players that we are accustomed to as well.
Nash/West -- Dragic?
Hill: SG/SF and point forward
Barnes: SG/SF with ability to play PG/PF/C (played all 5 with GSW)