Just like some of the posters stated above, some of the moves being discussed here are delusional. Let's think realistic; if you were the pacers you aren't trading Paul George for a player like love, it makes you no better. If you're trading George you're scraping everything and rebuilding meaning they would want prospects and quality draft picks, neither of which the cavs have. George is not an option.
So who could be an option? Who are talented players who could be traded for below market value? As much as I hate it, Carmelo Anthony. The Knicks want nothing to do with him and simply want to shed his contract. Shumpert and Frye get you close in salary and maybe you add a future pick or the rights to Cede Osmund to sweeten the deal. This is a doable trade.
So now what to do with love? If Carmelo comes in he's coming in as a PF. So who in the league really wants love that we could get a reasonable return for? The Celtics. With them likely drafting a guard at 1, Avery Bradley (one of the most underrated players in the league) is expendable. Bradley alone isn't enough for love, but maybe they can add in Jay Crowder. Right now he's blocking Jaylen Brown's path to minutes, so maybe he's expendable as well.
These are both reasonable deals that could actually be accomplished. The salaries are comparable and would actually work with some minor tweaking. This would give the cavs a lineup of Irving, Bradley, James, Anthoney, and Thompson, with Smith, Crowder, and korver coming off the bench. Sign perhaps David Lee to the min as a backup big and do the same with D-Will at PG and that's a pretty deep, pretty powerful, and fairly realistic lineup that could actually challenge golden state.