The Pacers have the biggest shot at landing Jefferson because they have the most to offer, and they have been clear about who they are willing to give up.
The deal would send Al Jefferson and Jonny Flynn to Indy for Troy Murphy, Brandon Rush, Tyler Hansbrough and a future draft pick, according to a B/R article.
Not only have the Pacers been clear about what deal they want, but this would also be the best deal for the T'Wolves.
They want to free up cap space in order to sign more players on top of dumping Jefferson's dominant salary.
So, why not just trade two players for four, albeit one of them will join the team next year?
Troy Murphy averaged a double-double last season, so he wouldn't exactly be a schmuck replacement for Jefferson.
Hansbrough had an average rookie season at 8 ppg, but has room to grow, and Brandon Rush is a solid youngster.
Overall, this makes the Timberwolves' quest for more financial efficiency all but secure.