Since this seems like the nightly crazy/largely unrealistic rebuild thread, here's my contribution:
This week, a BOS/LAC/GSW/MIL trade:
LAC 2013 1st round
MIL 2014 1st round top 10 protected
Golden State gets:
Mil 2013 2nd round
Better of BRK/BOS 2014 second round
Boston then signs Greg Oden with full BAE.
Boston drafts Kelly Olynck and somebody late in the first round who probably doesn't pan out.
This summer, BOS/DEN/ATL trade:
2013-2014 lineup looks like this:
The other 2013 draft pick is on that roster somewhere. The cost for 13 players is $55.3 mil, so depending on the cap, there is a little room with two available roster spots. Alternatively, Jefferson could be waived via the stretch provision, which would put the salaries at $48 mil, which is a lot of cap room considering they'd be two deep at every position.
So yes, that's my wacky rebuild idea, that certainly has a lot wrong with it (like willing trade participants aside form the Clippers.)