I realize people don't like the idea of trading Rozier, but what is his role next year assuming the team is healthy? Come the playoffs, Kyrie will play 40 minutes a game. So will Brown who will be the starting shooting guard. Smart, assuming we re-sign him, will play backup at both guard spots. Rozier's offense has been great, but it won't be as necessary with a healthy Kyrie and Gordon and an improved Tatum and Brown.
The 2019 draft is full of guards and wings, but no bigs that are top prospects that I'm aware of. This draft is full of bigs at the top of the draft. Ayton, Bagley, and Jackson will likely all go in the top four or five picks. I doubt we could trade up that high. Carter and Bamba may each slip a bit.
Carter is the guy I'd like. He reminds me a lot of Horford. They both have a low post game and their shooting range stretch out to the three point line. Carter shot 41% from three and 74% from the free throw line. He also grabbed 9.1 boards a game and bocked 2.1 shots. He's also a good passer averaging 2 assists as a center. He's a little under sized as a center, but he's about the same size a Horford and he already has a decent physique.
I'd trade Rozier and the 2019 Sac pick to get him. I'd even throw in the Clippers pick. I might do the same for Bamba, but I haven't seen him play as much and he seems to be more of a project.
I'm not sure which team would be a viable trade partner. One possible way to work out trade would be to invole the Clippers. They have the 12th and 13th pick. They might prefer to use just one of those and take the Sac pick. Then trade the Clippers pick to a a team selecting several picks or so earlier along with Rozier and possibly another pick.
Bottom line, I'd really like to grab one of this draft's bigs and would be willing to sacrifice Rozier and the Sac pick to do so.