This article was actually unplanned, but since I don't have anything better to do during the lockout, I was having some trade machine fun. Instead of finding another way to trade San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, I decided to take another stab at trading Richard Jefferson. Last time I did this, I included 10 trade ideas, but now I'm back with two more that are realistic and will not make you excited unless you really hate Richard Jefferson or really love comb over hair cuts or big beards.
1. Richard Jefferson & Antonio McDyess for Andres Biedrins & Dorell Wright: Here's the thing about Andres Biedrins. He's seven feet tall and averaged a double-double a couple of years ago, averaging 12 points and 11 boards a game. Here's the other thing about Andres Biedrins. Last season he averaged five points a game and seven rebounds and made 9 million dollars. He also fouls like crazy and isn't consistently healthy. But he's seven feet tall and can be really good when he's healthy, especially if he's not your team's primary defender. However, he, like Richard Jefferson, has three years and close to 30 million bucks left on his deal. Getting Dorell Wright would be a bonus because of his shooting and ability to run the floor. He'd be a good starter until Kawhi Leonard is ready for that role, then he'd make a great back up.