OK, so maybe I'm a little overly optimistic, but I really think the Jazz aren't far from being a championship level team and here is my suggestion for how they could get there.
On Tuesday, Okur is going to opt out and Boozer and Korver are not. That will leave the Jazz with a gaping hole at center and a log jam at power forward. Cue the Charlotte Bobcats. They have four centers under contract and are looking to cut salary and rebuild. My proposal is this: Boozer, Korver and our unprotected first round draft pick from the Knicks for Okafor and Wallace.
The Jazz fill their hole at center and add a small forward in Wallace who can create his own shot and play lock-down defense.
The Bobcats assure themselves of two lottery picks in the deepest draft in recent memory and with Boozer's and Korver's expiring contracts get salary cap space to allow MJ to attract a big name free agent during the 2010 free agent bonanza. A trade like this would jump start the rebuilding process and put them on the fast track to assembling a core of good young players to build around.
The Jazz would be left with a starting lineup of
PF: Millsap (resigned)
All five of them are 26 or younger and capable of playing solid defense. We would be strong on the glass and could rely on William and Wallace to create shots. Okafor would give us an interior shot blocker for the first time in a long time and with the exception of Brewer, everyone would be under contract for the next four years so we could allow them to grow together and add pieces as necessary.
Pull the trigger Kevin O'. Go Jazz.