Just to state my position, I'm all for holding pat unless something excellent comes along. I don't have anything specific in mind, but I know who I don't want to trade and it starts with our most consistent and healthy players, and right now that's four guys: Dre, DC, The Wiz (Matthews) and the Star of the Show, Mr. LaMarcus Aldridge. That group right there is averaging around 84 games per season (blind guess). Unless you were being offered an equal caliber player with similar history in return, I wouldn't give it three seconds thought.
2. My second tier is the guys who've been dinged a couple times but are active and were productive as of the last game played. That includes, in order of current production: Nic Batum, Rudy Fernandez, Joel Przybilla. I would prefer to not trade any of them but would consider fair offers if one or two of those guys were demanded.
3. My third tier is Marcus Camby. I want to see him back on the boards before I make a decision. And Brandon Roy because nobody's gonna offer us more than a sucker's deal for him right now and I'm hoping that changes or we can dump him after the bargaining agreement.
4. Next tier is anyone on the squad who isn't seeing minutes right now. Filler material.
5. Lastly is Greg Oden. I don't know what he could bring at this point, but I'd keep my ear open if I were Cho.
P.S. Can I call him "General Cho" without offending anyone?