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The New York Knicks trade away Amar'e Stoudemire, Chauncey Billups, Landry Fields, Ronny Turiaf, Andy Rautins, Toney Douglas and whatever draft picks they have left.
The Orlando Magic send Dwight Howard, Gilbert Arenas, Quentin Richardson and Chris Duhon.
The Magic get rid of Arenas' borderline illegal contract. They get cap relief in Billups' expiring contract and his veteran services for a year.
Amar'e has a chance to become a hometown hero even though his dream of winning in New York and playing with Carmelo Anthony was short lived.
The Magic also get a couple of young, cheap guys for the bench and who can help them rebuild if they don't win it all in the next few years.
The Knicks get Howard, obviously. The big question is Arenas and how he'll fit in New York. He has the potential to do well in Mike D'Antoni's system. Maybe playing in New York will revitalize Arenas and he'll live up to his contract.
While this isn't as plausible as the third Chauncey Billups one because New York would have to part with Amar'e, it makes some sense on paper and would be a huge gamble for both teams.
It would also own the headlines and blow up the sports world.