Hollinger hinted he was being showcased against the Thunder last night.
For the Blazers, it would be nice to have a shotblocking big who actually protects the rim (Camby is nice at blocking the ball, but isn't really affecting shots or shot selection. His rotation is molasses slow) and someone who can play 30 minutes if needed (neither Camby or Kurt Thomas can play more than 20 effectively).
A complete dump of Babbitt, Chris Johnson and Armon Johnson gives Denver two guys on the last year of their contracts (The Johnson's) and a guy on a rookie-contract, saving them about $6m in the process (more if they simply revoke Babbitt). [http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=89ef3jo]
Portland has a lot of contracts coming off the books this season and can probably fade $4m a year for the Birdman and still be able to make moves in the offseason.