Read an article on ESPN today about the Memphis Grizzlies future after the Rudy Gay trade. In an unexpected find, the writer discusses the Nets as a potential trade partner for Zach Randolph. I've linked the article here but it's for ESPN Insiders only so here is the paragraph that discuses the Nets.
"The trick is finding the right landing spot for Randolph. Though he's an All-Star, the combination of his age and salary ($34.3 million over the two seasons after this one) makes him a tough fit for most of the teams that have a need at power forward. One notable exception is the Brooklyn Nets, who could build an offer around Kris Humphries' shorter contract and have hardly shied away from adding salary. A package of Humphries and MarShon Brooks might give the Grizzlies both scoring prowess on the perimeter and a chance at cap space in the summer of 2014."
Might be worth considering since supposedly all of our top targets are unattainable according to Peter Vecsey