Cleveland, which had been trying to placate LeBron James' demands for help, acquired the services of Ben Wallace and Wally Szczerbiak, among others. Chicago, which many thought would be one of the best teams in the East, brings in Drew Gooden and Larry Hughes, having given up on the Ben Wallace experiment. And the Sonics acquire some expiring contracts that should allow them to build for the future.
Now that this eleventh-hour trade has gone down, we want to know what SportsNation thinks about the deal. Are the Sonics now going to make a big free-agent push this summer? Can Ben Wallace regain his All-Star form in Cleveland? And, ultimately, which team got the best part of this deal?