I've been thinking about this a lot. If the Cavs take Parker, then Milwaukee is in a similar position with Wiggins as the Sixers are with Exum, as he's pretty similar to the Greek. Also, Milwaukee is trying to land another lottery pick and shopping guys like Brandon Knight and John Henson. Simple trade here:
Sixers get: #2 and John Henson
Bucks get: #2, #10, #47
Sixers get their man in Wiggins, and an athletic 23 year old C/F who's rapidly improving in Henson. Henson's probably better than any big man they were going to get at #10 anyway. This deal still gives them the flexibility to trade Thad and/or take on contracts.
Bucks get their point guard of the future and pick up another lottery pick for a guy who was a rotation player, but not a starter. If a guy like Randle or Gordon drops to 10, they're sitting pretty. Plus they pick up a mid-2nd rounder to use for depth, or in another trade.
Or maybe we do this as a three way trade:
Milwaukee drops back to 3 and picks up #8 and Wroten
Sixers move up to 2 and take Jason Thompson's contract
Sac gets Henson plus #39
The Kings get their rim protector to go with Boogie and a nice second rounder (which they don't currently have) in a very deep draft for their troubles, plus dumps Jason Thompson's contract for the 8th pick. Henson is a better fit for them than anyone they were getting at 8. Admittedly, this has a better chance of happening if Smart is off the board.
Milwaukee gets their point guard and the 8th pick in the draft, plus Wroten in exchange for a rotation player and moving back one spot. With Sanders coming back they've got adequate front court depth, and can move into a position to grab a scorer like McDermott at 8.
Sixers keep #10 and Thad while landing Wiggins in exchange for Wroten, #39, and taking back a bad contract.