It would need to be based around Paul Pierce.
The Celtics role players aren't valuable enough to LA to make it worthwhile for them.
Exactly. The Lakers are going to get much more enticing offers than that.
You might be right. I couldn't think of any earlier, but I'll run through the league.
Atlanta - Josh Smith/Kyle Korver/Devin Harris (blows my offer out of the water, but why would Atlanta trade Smith for Pau after dumping JJ)
Brooklyn - would they even make an offer with Brook signed up?
Charlotte - too far away to give up anything of value for Pau
Chicago - Boozer/Deng for Pau/Artest? Maybe.
Cleveland - too far away from contention.
Dallas - Marion/Mayo? I think that's about on par with my proposal.
Denver - Gallinari? I don't see the fit.
Detroit - Maggette/Jerebko/Knight - blech.
Warriors - can't see them wanting a two-towers with Bogut.
Houston - not enough proven players to interest LA. Maybe a three-way trade.
Indiana - wouldn't give up anything of value with Hibbert resigned.
Clippers - The Lakers wouldn't want Jordan and the Clips would have to gut their wing rotation to get him.
Grizzlies - Z-Bo? Just doesn't seem to make sense.
Heat - nope
Bucks - Monta/Ilyasova? Undo the Bogut deal, essentially? Maybe.
Minny - I think they're happy with Pekovic, but AK/Ridnour/Williams would be an interesting deal.
Hornets- too far from contention.
OKC - can't see a match.
Orlando - nope.
Philly - why with Bynum?
Phoenix - probably happy with Gortat.
Portland - don't think they have the right contracts to make it work without gutting their team.
Sacramento - too far from contention.
Spurs - why with Duncan?
Toronto - Bargnani/Fields/Ross... maybe.
Utah - overloaded with bigs, can't see them being interested.
Wizards - Nene doesn't fit with Howard.
So I see Chicago, Toronto, Milwaukee and maybe Minny as the only other teams with interest (all teams with short-term playoff ambitions) and interesting parts on offer.