Boston: Rudy Gobert
Indiana: Gordon Hayward
Utah: Myles Turner, Daniel Theis, Bostonís 2020 picks #14, 26, 30
Indiana gets the player they have been rumored to want. It also opens up the Center position for Sabonis to take over full time.
Does Utah have any concerns of Gobert walking? How is the relationship with Gobert and Mitchell. Turner is signed for the next 3 years at a manageable $18M per, and is still only 24 years old.
Boston gets a legitimate big man that they desperately need. Surrendering the first round picks helps prevent the additional payroll burden and roster spots. In addition, this team has enough young players, and needs to add veterans instead.
I'd modify that trade a bit more like this
Boston - Gobert, Oladipo
Indiana - Hayward, Langford, future BOS 1st
Utah - Turner, Theis, 14, 26, 30
I think that trade makes more sense for all 3 teams.
Starters - Walker, Oladipo, Brown, Tatum, Gobert
Rotation - Smart, Wanamaker, Ojeleye, Williams, Williams, Kanter
Deep Bench - Edwards, Green, Fall, Waters/Poirier
If Oladipo is healthy and returns mostly to form, I think that is a team that can actually compete with the real contenders next year.