Monroe (s&t $14 million/year), Bynum, and Jennings for Rondo, Gerald Wallace, Chris Johnson (sign-and-trade), and Nets' 2016 first. Detroit: Rondo/Johnson/Singler/Smith/Drummond Boston: Jennings/Bradley/Green/Bass/Monroe Boston immediately hugely upgrades their center position and goes a little sideways with Rondo for Jennings, while dumping Gerald Wallace's contract. Bradley and Green are competent enough of defenders to complement Jennings' sub-par defense, and the Celtics can add two lottery picks this year to that group. Detroit gets trades a terrible shooter for one that's almost as bad but less likely to actually shoot. They pair Rondo with Smith, hopefully increasing the happiness (and effort level) of both. They get a better defender with Rondo, a 3-and-d player in Johnson, and a pick in exchange for taking on the (nearly) useless Gerald Wallace and giving up a franchise center. I think this trade works for both teams. Thoughts?