There has been a lot of fan talk on the radio in the Cleveland area about whether the Cavs should go after Westbrook to pair with Love and actually go for the playoffs this year. Various trade packages were proposed, all basically had Smith, and none had either Sexton or Garland (so non-premium players). The Cavs have so many big expiring contracts, they could provide a ton of salary relief. So let's say the trade was Smith (who is cut), Clarkson, and Delly for Westbrook. Thunder shed a ton of salary and get a look at Clarkson (this is obviously only looked at by the Thunder if they can't find any real value for RW and I'm not sure that will be the case).
Cavs would then enter next year heavy on the PG's, but with what should be a back end of the playoffs team with reasonable health
Guards - Westbrook, Sexton, Garland, Knight
Wings - Osman, Nwaba, Windler, Porter, Stauskas
Bigs - Love, Thompson, Nance, Chriss, Henson
Be an interesting trade for both squads as the Thunder hit re-set and the Cavs move towards credibility (and again that is only if the Thunder can't something more than salary relief and a player like Clarkson for RW).