You are Danny Ainge.
It's the day of the 2013 Trade Deadline, February 21st. The Celtics have gradually improved over the course of the season, and currently stand 6 games over .500 at 30-24, though you just watched your team get beaten by double digits against the finally-putting-it-together Lakers. Your guys are fighting neck and neck for second in the Atlantic division; at this point, it's looking increasingly unlikely that the Cs will catch the Knicks, who are on pace to win 60 games.
A big part of the Celtics' improvement over the past couple of months has been Jeff Green becoming more assertive and consistent as he has gained confidence, averaging 13.5 points in 25 minutes a night off the bench on decent shooting.
Avery Bradley's return was huge, as well, and though he hasn't quite duplicated the fiery shooting he displayed during his breakout month last season, he's shown that the shoulder surgeries aren't going to hold him back moving forward, averaging 9 points and 1.5 steals a game in 25 minutes, starting the majority of the games he's played in since his return.
Dennis Lindsey, the GM of the Utah Jazz, calls you up before the deadline and tries to sell you on a deal centered around bringing soon to be free agent Al Jefferson back to Boston.
First, he offers you:
Big Al ($15 mil)
Randy Foye ($2.5 mil)
DeMarre Carrol ($885k)
Total: 18.3 mil
In return, he asks for:
Avery Bradley ($1.6 mil)
Jeff Green ($8.4 mil)
Courtney Lee ($5 mil)
2013 1st Round Pick (likely late teens to mid 20s)
Total: $15 mil (can throw in a Collins or a Joseph to make salaries work)
Do you consider this offer? Do you hold out for Gordon Hayward ($2.7 mil), or could you accept this deal with Foye?
It would mean moving KG back to PF, and would disrupt team chemistry a bit. But your team isn't exactly blowing people away anyhow, despite showing improvement, and adding Big Al would give you an inside scoring presence you haven't had since a healthy Shaq played for a couple months at the start of the 2010-2011 season (Big Al is averaging about 18 points on 50% shooting), and the team looked great back then. He would really help on the boards, too (he's grabbing 10.5 boards a game).
If you got Hayward, he would make your starting lineup a lot bigger, too, and Hayward isn't bad on the boards, either. Carroll isn't to be overlooked, either, as he's been fairly good in limited minutes. Still, this would be a pretty radical change.
What do you do?