Here’s a similar version to the previous one, but it’s probably a little sweeter for the Timberwolves. In exchange for the same pairing of Towns and Aldrich, Minnesota gets Middleton and the restricted free agent Jabari Parker. Of course, in order to make this trade legal, Parker would have to sign a contract with the Bucks in a sign-and-trade type deal.
Parker’s contract could also be more complicated than that. He would have to sign for the right amount of money in order for the trade to work. If his salary gets too high, Minnesota would have to add another player to even it out again.
One thing I failed to mention about Aldrich is part of his contract is non-guaranteed. That means the Bucks could waive him in his final season next year and free up some more space to fill out the rest of their roster.