TP for an interesting idea.
*Maybe* that offer gets us into the 7-10 range, but I think it's still too light. Probably need to add at least one more pick, maybe even the Memphis pick. Sacto's pick is probably going to be good, but I think it's most likely going to be a lateral move (landing, say, 5-10) but deferred a year. It *might* be better, sure, but it just as well might be worse. A team exec pitched on turning this year's 8th pick into next year's 8th pick and TRoz probably isn't all that excited - and the downside risk is real. TRoz is a solid backup PG or a so-so starter with only one year left on his rookie deal; his RFA rights are useful but of limited value. He's an important piece on a complete team; I'm not sure what he's worth to an Orlando.
Once we start adding picks, we better be very, very confident of our evaluation of the guy we're getting. We really need some young players to hit, given the way our salary cap sheet looks going forward, and next year is (knock on wood for injuries) our first real shot at a title. I can see Terry three sticks being an important part of that drive. I don't want to give that up lightly.
But of course, you never know. Maybe Orlando likes TRoz and really wants someone to set the table for Gordon and Isaac. If they think they've got an Oladipo-type steal maybe they go for it. I don't see Dallas paying big after drafting Dennis Smith; I'm not sure how Atlanta values Schroeder, but trading a high pick for TRoz would be essentially giving up on DS. Don't see that.