The answer is D: More than we are willing to give
Chicago is set at PG/G, so they are not likely all that interested in a Rozier or Smart +picks kind of trade. They are in the market for the same type of player we are.....front court, solid bigs, and a scoring wing to replace Butlers production.
I think Trae Young doesn't make it past Orlando, barring another team trading up with Dallas/ATL. Therefore, Chicago (with Young drafted ahead) is by default looking at one of: Bamba/Porter/Jackson/Carter/Bagley (assuming Ayton and Doncic are long gone).
Now, if Doncic were to not declare this season.....I think Boston then obviously hangs on to the SAC pick to enter that sweepstakes next season anyway, but even then, one of these bigs/wings will be available still at #7. Chicago is going to keep their "bird in hand" in this situation, IMO, unless we were offering Jaylen Brown.....and why the hell would we do that?
I think Orlando is the best/ideal trade partner for Danny to target, assuming someone leapfrogs them to take Trae Young, as they will likely be looking for a starting PG.
The most realistic trade partner though would have to be LAC, having two picks back to back. They will likely value Roziers talent as far superior to the majority of prospects they are choosing from. I think Rozier for #12 is about as good as we can expect to get, in a deep draft, where the cliff-like drop off takes place at about #14.
If we lock up Smart, and are planning on re-signing Brown/Tatum/Irving down the road, I don't see the ability to "afford" Rozier on a long-term deal that makes him happy, on top of him not being a starter either. Much better to get another cost-controlled 4-5 year deal with his value at its highest point since we have drafted him. If he had an additional year on his contract, I think he would be able to get that top-10 pick many of the homers are pining for......it's just not realistic from a fiscal perspective for any potential trade partners to do so.