2. New Orleans Pelicans
The Pelicans theoretically have enough to make an excellent offer for Durant without giving up Zion Williamson. While playing in a small market like New Orleans might not appeal to Durant, but the guy who made the bulk of his legacy in Oklahoma City might be able to get down with Louisiana if he thinks he can win.
The Pelicans have Brandon Ingram ready to send away, and CJ McCollum could be a player that Brooklyn asks for, given his history of scoring in this league. With Jonas Valanciunas a quality starting center in this league and Herb Jones coming into his own, the Pelicans have a surprisingly deep roster.
Toronto Raptors: The Pelicans really want Kevin Durant
With more draft picks than most Durant suitors, thanks to the Anthony Davis trade, New Orleans (who is coached by a former Golden State assistant in Willie Green) might have more ammunition to appease Brooklyn. The Nets have leverage in that they can send Durant to whoever pays the most.
If Zion is healthy and can play at a level approximating his All-Star form that he showed a year ago, he should be able to team with Durant to make some noise in the West. If Barnes or a player like Fred VanVleet are not on the table, the Pelicans (who are interested in making a move) could make the most shocking trade we have ever seen.