Alright, I was reading today's Chat with Chad Ford, which can be found here, and Chad Ford said that the Phoenix Suns are very interested in Brandan Wright or Anthony Randolph, and Monta Ellis/Andris Biedrins. While I would love to keep all of those players here, I would rather have a superstar like Amare. Chad Ford stated that the only thing missing for a trade like that to occur, would be a significant expiring contract, which the Warriors have none of. For a trade like this to occur, the Warriors would have to find a third team that would be interested in Corey Maggette or Stephen Jackson, that would send expiring contracts to Phoenix.
My example of a trade like this would be found here. I know this isn't a likely scenario, but I think it may be possible. Portland gets some nice bench pieces, and maybe even a starter if they want to start Barbosa, and they get something for the RLEC. Phoenix gets young players and an expiring contract, Golden State would probably have to throw in a future pick, and Golden State would get Amare.
Personally, if the Warriors had to trade either Monta or Biedrins to get a superstar like Amare, I would prefer trading Monta. I mean, I love Monta and all, but bigs are much harder to replace. Just look at this year's draft, look at the point guards that it's loaded with. The Warriors could get the number 13/14 pick and still end up with a quality point. Bigs are much harder to come by, and personally, I think that Monta is much easier to replace than Biedrins. Look at all the years it took for us to find a good center. Pretty much since the drought started. I'm only 15, so I'm not completely sure on the last sentence, but even as an eight year old, I hated having to watch Dampier and Foyle. I love Monta, but he is definitely more expendable than Biedrins.
So, basically, post your thoughts on that deal, and post your own deal. Please let it make sense.