A recent report out that the Bulls and Knicks are interested in Kansas forward, Josh Jackson, adds two more teams to the potential draft day trade speculation. The Cavaliers, Pacers, Lakers, Celtics, and Suns have already been in the midst of trade talk with regards to players such as Paul George, Jimmy Butler, Kevin Love, Kristaps Porzingis, and Eric Bledsoe.

All of these players need a home, so it's fitting to give our take on what the best situation for each team would be, but is it possible that all these teams would be happy with what they get?

With this possible arrangement, all seven teams walk out of this week happy.

Bulls make three team trade with Cavaliers, Suns

The headliner of this deal would be Jimmy Butler going to the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers would then ship Kevin Love to to the Suns and send their 2018 first round draft pick to the Bulls. The Suns would send Eric Bledsoe and the No. 4 overall pick to the Chicago Bulls.

In this scenario, the Bulls get a point guard that they desperately need. Then, they could use the pick to draft Jackson if he is available. The Celtics have not worked out Jackson once, and could pass on him. This way, the Bulls get a two for one deal.

The Cavaliers would get an upgrade with Butler over Love.

Butler is one of the best two way players in the league. If Butler is okay with taking a back seat to Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, this could be a dangerous Cavaliers team once again.

Suns flip Love to New York for Porzingis, and send 2018 first round pick

Porzingis has been upset with the direction New York has been going.

Love would give Carmelo Anthony another scoring option. The Knicks are rumored to resigning Derrick Rose, so the team could have a combination of Anthony, Love, and Rose. Then, the Knicks can use their pick on Arizona forward, Lauri Markkanen. In 2018, the Knicks will have two first round picks.

The Suns will have a face of the franchise with the 21 year old.

Porzingis could join 20 year old Devin Booker, and 24 year old Alex Len, who is likely to resign with the franchise.

Lakers send Brandon Ingram and draft pick for Paul George

There is no guarantee that Ingram is going to be the next Kevin Durant. If trading Ingram gets you George, who would be expected to resign with the Lakers, then the deal isn't all that bad.

This way, it allows you to keep the No. 2 overall pick, and draft Lonzo Ball as your point guard of the future. The Pacers would get a raw talent in Ingram, and would have the satisfaction of knowing they didn't let George walk out for nothing.

Celtics hold on to draft picks for now

Maybe not trading any picks at all is the right way to go.

The Celtics don't seem to be in any rush to trade anyone away. However, the Celtics have three first round picks for next year. The Celtics could stockpile their picks once again, and make a run at Russell Westbrook via trade.