Additionally 2 1st-round picks to Rockets :
* the 1st Warriors' pick to be available - latest 2016
* the lowest Cavs' 1st-round pick this season - means Heat's pick.
Additionally a package of 2nd-round picks (they have multitude of them) from Cavs to Lakers.
F ex Cavs 2nd-rounder in 2013&2015 + Magic's 2nd-rounder 2014.
What happens to each team :
Golden State becomes an immediate title contender by replacing Klay Thompson with Kobe. Remember that Bogut is not playing & Jefferson is hardly playing...
It is expensive and it won't give them a long time frame but it has been said : "If you can win it all, it is always worth of trying"
An offence where Kobe can have a ball in his hands while having Lee in low-post and Curry spotting up... Add solid defence from centers (Ezeli, Biedrins) and other wing (Barnes) + solid bench of Jack & Landry.
Kobe might be happy to have a true chance in one-two more titles in California, so he might grab the chance.
LA Lakers would take HUGE backlash from their ticket-buyers (and probably would not make this), but they are not contending now and Bryant's contract (not Bryant as a player) is the biggest thing dragging their feet going forward. Kobe is also 34 with 16 seasons behind him - how soon will decline hit hard? People have to remember that in future being over salary cap doesn't only cost a lot (yes, Lakers can burden that) but severely limits your chance to sign Free Agents (that hurts).
Getting rid of Bryant and adding two perfect Howard-helpers in young Morris & Thompson, would surely give D12 a sign that Lakers are committed to HIM. That would probably be enough to get Dwight re-signed.
And as a sidenote : Nash-Thompson-WPeace-Morris-Howard doesn't sound like a BAD NBA line-up. And if not next summer, but definitely in 2014 they could be big-time players in market again. Dump now to contend in 2 years....
Cleveland would get Bogut as a salary cap facilitator for nothing but lowly draft picks & two expiring contracts. Big Aussie could then rehabilitate for whole season and if he is ready for next season - Cavs would again be a serious team.
Houston is needed here to find suitable assets for Lakers. They get some extra salary cap to indulge Harden extension kicking in next summer + couple of 1st-round picks. That's a fair compensation for useful, but not-gonna-be-star Marcus Morris.
I find this a DEFINITE do for everybody but Lakers. Basketball-wise Lakers lose big for now, but is the long-term plusses enough to compensate for that?
And would Kobe agree? He can veto this of course...