It's known that everyone in Houston has a hard-on for Chris Bosh. That much is undeniable. Many have analyzed the likes of Chicago, Miami and Dallas potentially landing the unrestricted free agent; however, not much has been said about the teams that stand a chance of hitting it big in the lottery that also have cap room to spare.
I think the lottery thing is a HUGE deal incentive-wise. New York has no lottery pick this year, and disgustingly enough, Utah does. I played the lottery machine about 20 times, and 3 or 4 times Utah came up with the No. 2 pick. Barf. Anyway, New Jersey is the favorite to win the lottery or come in at a close 2nd. Right now, their lineup looks like this:
devin harris / , pg
courtney lee / jarvis hayes, sg
trenton hassell / terrence williams, sf
yi jianlin / josh boone, pf
brook lopez, c
Suppose (and it's definitely not much of a stretch) that the Nets win the lottery and pick up John Wall. To me, they instantly have the best trade package for a player like Bosh inasmuch as they'd be able to offer Devin Harris, Josh Boone's contract, and a pick or two. Then they'd have a core of wall, bosh and lopez, with yi coming off the bench. New Jersey is going to be playing in Brooklyn in the not-too-distant future, which then gives you the added flashiness of playing in a huge city coupled with what looks like a pretty solid team on paper.
Honestly, I can't see another lottery-bound team being able to offer up a great package (except for maybe Golden State, who could conceivably offer Stephen Curry and a big man like Anthony Randolph [if they win John Wall]), but New Jersey, in my eyes, has a good shot at picking up that caliber of a player, and would still have money to sign a 2nd tier big name like Rudy Gay or Joe Johnson (assuming it's safe to call him that after his awful playoff performance).