This one might actually work: Trade time.
Detroit: Tay, Kwame, Wilcox, Atkins, Summers, Daye.
Philly: Iguodala, Dalembert.
We're adding another long-term contract in Iggy, and it would suck to lose Daye. But, Dalembert fits a huge need (IMO he's also pretty underrated), and Iggy is a terrific player and would fit really well with our current core. He's the type of glue guy that can make a line-up with Ben Gordon and CV actually work.
Money. It would save them about $4m immediately (EDIT- would it? they'd be taking back $4m less salary for this season, but is some of that money already paid?). Plus, it would save them about $10m next season (that's assuming Wilcox picks up his option). They get a good prospect in Daye, and if Tay puts himself back together, they get a decent SF to keep things together while their young guys get experience.
Seems like it could work for both sides. If Philly can't convince one of the teams with a big expiring contract (Cavs or Rockets mainly) to do a deal, I think this would be a workable second option for them. They still save a bunch of money in the short, medium, and long-term, and they get a solid prospect in Daye. For us, we fill our biggest need going forward (a defensive minded center), and get a great all around player who would fit nicely with the rest of our core.
I like it, what do you guys/gals think? Does Philly do this? Does Jod? Is it a win/win?