Yes, of course. It's a great deal for Boston.
Denver shouldn't trade Wilson Chandler for Bass.
Wilson Chandler is far more valuable both individually and to Denver with his multi-positional play versus the one position and limited undersized PF Brandon Bass.
So you do the trade? If you're the Celtics?
Well I would like to revisit your thoughts on why Denver would be foolish to do it.
Both Mozgov and Chandler are out of the rotation. There isn't really any minutes on their team for them at the moment. In fact they are really only missing a backup PF.
*Lawson and Miller man the PG minutes.
*Igoudala and Brewer get the majority of the SG minutes with Lawson/Miller getting some when they share the floor together
*Gallinari and Igoudala get the SF minutes
* Fraried and Gallinari get the PF minutes
*Koufos and McGhee get the Center minutes
By acquiring Bass they have more alternatives for a backup PF for Fraried. Let's not forget their first round pick Evan Fournier is also a SG and he will need minutes at some time too. Chandler is on an expensive deal for a Coach's DNP player.
I see a lot of reasons for them to move him.
Wilson Chandler will be back in Denver's rotation once he gets healthy. Injury problems are the only thing that have been holding him back.
Wilson Chandler gives Denver one of the best backup wings in the NBA. He is a major upgrade over Corey Brewer, Jordan Hamilton and Evan Fournier. A top 20 SF in the league today. Capable of playing two guard, quick forward and as a big forward. A three position player. His versatility is a fantastic addition to a squad with Andre Iguodala (SG, SF) and Gallinari (SF, PF).
A lineup with Iggy (SG) + W.Chandler (SF) + Gallinari (PF) is far more dangerous than a lineup with Bass in Chandler's place. Everything Denver can do with Bass, they can do better with Wilson Chandler.