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I am putting these two on the list just in case all hell breaks loose. Nash seemed like a likely candidate to be switching teams earlier in the season, but with the Suns playing better as of late, coupled with the Jazz falling apart and Rudy Gay's month-long injury, the Suns are right in the thick of the playoff race.
Nash is the biggest draw the Suns have, and without him, I'd have trouble seeing them putting fans in the stands, or making the playoffs.
Without Jerry Sloan in Utah, I'd be shocked if they gave up on Deron Williams so quickly thereafter. But Williams is a free agent after 2012, has stated that he hopes to join Amar'e in New York, and isn't happy in Utah. While Sloan's departure has definitely alleviated some of his frustration, the Jazz are 0-3 since Sloan resigned, and the public pressure on Williams has only intensified.
I don't expect to see either traded, though if the Jazz miss the playoffs this season, I wouldn't be surprised to see Williams being shopped during the offseason.