Portland receives: C Jermaine O'Neal, F Charlie Villanueva
Boston receives: C Andrea Bargnani
Toronto receives: SG Avery Bradley, SG Rip Hamilton, C Ben Wallace & a future first-round pick (From BOS)
Detroit receives: F Gerald Wallace, PG Jose Calderon & a future second-round pick (From POR)
This is also a mega-deal, but in reality, it could happen. Jermaine O'Neal isn't the player he used to be and is the only legitimate center on the C's roster. Toronto's Bargnani and Calderon have been the subject of trade rumors ever since the season ended (and maybe even before). News surrounding Rip Hamilton has consisted of being bought out by Detroit, being traded, or just being released. Also, the Pistons' Charlie Villanueva has not lived up to the hype thus far and has fallen out of favor with the people of Detroit.
In this deal, Portland would welcome a reunion for Jermaine O'Neal, who was originally drafted by the team in 1996. J.O., as he was once called, would undoubtedly not be the long term answer at center since he is getting up there in age, but he would give them depth during the season if he could stay healthy. His $5.8 million salary will also be taken off the books when the season concludes.
The Blazers would also get ex-Raptor Charlie Villanueva in the deal, who has not lived up to the hype since signing with Detroit two years ago (Ben Gordon has also fared the same). It looks as though he needs a change of weather and coming off the bench in Portland could provide that spark.
For Boston, they finally get the center they've longed for in hopes of making a deep run in the playoffs to hopefully collect their second championship in the last five years. Acquiring Bargs would form a young corps of Rajon Rondo, Jeff Green (if re-signed) and himself, so they could brace for the retirements of the first edition of the "Big Three".
Toronto, although giving up two key players, would receive three players in the deal along with a future first-round pick from Boston. Already in the rebuilding process, they would have to hope Jerryd Bayless can run the point efficiently (if they don't make a second deal later).
They would also receive Rip Hamilton's soon-to-be expiring contract, but he could very well be bought out, while giving the Brian Colangelo and the Raps even more cap space. And even though Ben Wallace isn't the player he used to be, he still a valuable player that can mentor such players as Amir Johnson and Ed Davis.
For the Pistons, they receive Gerald Wallace, who is a monster on the defensive end and like Ben Wallace, he could mentor younger players on the roster. He also provides a consistent scoring threat. It is currently unknown if Detroit will retain Rodney Stuckey and if they don't, Calderon would take over and could also possibly be considered an upgrade.