Just saw something interesting on SI.
Kyle Korver for Gerald Henderson straight up. They feel as I do about Kemba, Henderson and MKG.
They also have the Bobcats acquiring Turner and Hawes from philly.
Basically the Bobcats in two trades give up Henderson, Gordon, Taylor, portland's first, and Charlotte's second round pick for Kyle Korver, Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes.
Here are the trades as a massive 4 team deal. http://espn.go.com/n...tradeId=mk8b79v
Under these trades Charlotte's new lineup would be
I think if you're going to go for broke, then why not actually do it and just make that a three team deal. Give Philly the Piston's pick, a future draft pick and the 2nd round pick and pick up Hawes, Young, Turner and Korver. http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine
Plus, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the trio of Walker, Henderson, and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist just doesn’t — and may never — command enough attention on the perimeter to keep defenses honest. None among them is even a league-average three-point shooter, though Walker is closest and Kidd-Gilchrist is otherwise Charlotte’s most promising individual defender. That makes Henderson the odd man out for both his and the Bobcats’ sake, as no one in Charlotte is much empowered by lineups devoid of floor spacing. Korver is something of a one-man fix in that department, with the passing skill and defensive competence necessary to round out his contributions.
Charlotte does seem to have taken a liking to Turner, though, and while I don’t love the fit I’m willing to play along provided we can bring Hawes to Charlotte to be a stretched-out, souped-up version of Josh McRoberts. He’s the better value and the better player of the two, and the real reason why the Bobcats would theoretically be willing to part with a first rounder in a potential deal.