NBA Trades: This Cavs-Hawks-Spurs-Pelicans draft night swap would be a game-changer

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The NBA offseason is officially here and several teams will be looking to make moves to improve over the summer. Some teams are closer to contending than others, with the likes of the Cleveland Cavaliers and New Orleans Pelicans being closer to winning a championship than say the San Antonio Spurs and Atlanta Hawks. Nevertheless, all four teams could help each other out in an ambitious proposed deal.

The Cavs are one of the teams to watch this summer, with many expecting them to trade at least one of their core four players. The same could be said of the Hawks, who may also move a couple of their key players. Meanwhile, the Pelicans are looking to reshape their roster to maximize their ceiling.

As for the Spurs, they are trying to set themselves up for long-term success by making shrewd moves to build around possible superstar Victor Wembanyama. That leads us to a hypothetical four-team trade involving all four teams that tries to balance the competing interests of each franchise going forward. Next up, we will take a look at the deal and see whether the Cavs, Pelicans, Hawks, and Spurs would agree to the deal as is.