1. Indiana Pacers
The Pacers have been connected to Siakam for just as long as the Hawks have, but dealing with them feels less like running into a brick wall than the rigid Atlanta. What makes Indiana such a compelling spot is the fact they could go in so many different directions to quench Toronto's desires.
Even though Buddy Hield will likely be coming over for financial reasons, the Raptors could still piece together an offer that also includes an unprotected first-round pick along with a few of the many young players fighting for space alongside Tyrese Haliburton in Indiana.
The Indiana Pacers are an ideal spot for Pascal Siakam.
Jarace Walker is the dream, as he could become the team's new starting power forward alongside Barnes. Bennedict Mathruin could be another home run addition, replacing Gary Trent Jr. in an emphatic fashion by returning to Canada and lighting up the scoreboard.
Outside of Walker and Mathurin, Indiana has a cornucopia of possible assets to pick from. Andrew Nembhard, the improved Aaron Nesmith, Obi Toppin, and Isaiah Jackson are all players who can provide value for Toronto, but are not considered locked-in members of the core who can't be traded.