1. Blazers: I don't see a deal that would appeal to both teams. The best I'd see the Blazers offering is something like Freeland, Jeffries and Pavlovic, which would be pointless for Boston and just about any other team (ruling out 3rd party deals).
2. Bobcats: Tyrus Thomas for Bass (+ a minimum contract) makes a lot of sense for both teams if Thomas is on track for a healthy return by the all-star break. That injury does muddy the waters though.
3. Cavs: A good destination for Bass and a good 3rd team partner with the half-guaranteed Gibson contract and their other expiring deals. Nothing desirable in a realistic straight swap though. A 3-teamer with Orlando and Al Harrington coming back would be nice (if Harrington is healthy enough to play).
1. Bucks: I think Lee for Dalembert makes sense for both teams. Lee's due to fall almost entirely out of the rotation with Bradley's return (sure Rondo will play less with AB back, but most of Bradley's time will come out of Lee's 24mpg), whereas Milwaukee has a much easier guard rotation to crack (with Jennings and Ellis hardly locks to stay, and Udrih/Daniels as bench competition). And Jason Collins is starting for us. I know Dalembert isn't as quick as he used to be (neither is Collins for that matter), but he's big, he rebounds, he blocks shots and he finishes well at the rim.
2. Raptors: Why would Toronto want him? Lowry, DeRozan, Fields and Ross already locked up long-term (for better or worse) and Calderon still there eating up guard minutes. I don't see the Raps having any interest in Lee unless we were willing to take Fields in return (why would we?).
3. T-Wolves: I can definitely see their need for Lee, but what would they be willing to give up? I know Derrick Williams has been a disappointment (and Adelman's not a big fan apparently), but I don't think they are trading last year's #2 pick for a back-up grade 2-guard. I like Stiemsma, but I'd want a little more in return for Lee and Minny doesn't have much else that's appealing (nor are they so loaded with bigs that they'd deal Steamer without getting a big in return).