2.) Indiana Pacers
This trade is a lot more straightforward than the previous one. In this scenario, the front office satisfies Wembanyama's desire to play power forward by placing a supremely talented center next to him. The Spurs would send Keldon Johnson to Indiana for Myles Turner. There might be some haggling for additional draft capital that needs to happen to make this work for each side, but those two players are the core of the deal.
San Antonio cements their dynamic frontcourt of the future, and the Pacers gain scoring to help lighten the load for Tyrese Haliburton. The Spurs would be the ultimate winners here, and Turner is the perfect complement for Wemby as an elite rim protector who can defend on the perimeter. With Keldon gone, Jeremy Sochan would step into a starting role, giving Gregg Popovich one of the best defensive lineups in the NBA.