Yes. But Orlando probably has no interest in that because they would have to take back the salary that they pay Darko. Maybe you take the one year hit to get some salaries you can dump next year, but you might have to pay the tax, and the best you can hope for as an upside is a bunch of picks, which can't be traded in consecutive years, so it's a long time payoff for a team hoping to move up NOW. Teams do S&Ts when they are going to get left empty handed, but in today's NBA of fiscal responsibility, deals like this are harder to pull off. Darko is actually pretty screwed now when it comes to a big contract. That's the reality of his situation.