NBA general managers are always on the lookout for a good deal, but sometimes the most obvious moves slip past even the most vigilant executives.
Right this second, there are a handful of hypothetical trades out there that could provide major mutual benefits to all parties involved.
Maybe that's the problem, though: They seem too good to be true.
How else do you explain the fact that Rajon Rondo is still a member of the Boston Celtics?
Look, most of the free-agent action is over, so if NBA teams are going to make improvements at this point, the changes will have to come on the trade market. Most of the following suggested deals haven't been discussed—or even hinted at by either team in these hypothetical trades—but they all work under the league's rules and they all address needs for both teams involved.
Some teams might be looking for help in a playoff push, while others are out to speed up the tanking process. Whatever the need may be, we've got a trade suggestion to address it.
And all of these proposed deals make way too much sense to ignore.