Here is the premise - Golden State won't be able to retain Stephen Curry, so we give them a deal at the trade deadline that isn't a fair talent swap, but it's more of a "you can't retain Curry, so here is something of decent value instead of nothing." Think of it as something that is very similar to the Ayon-for-Anderson trade where Anderson is clearly the better player, but Orlando couldn't afford him.
We get Curry and Rush, and GS gets Vasquez, JSmith, Henry, and our 2013 1st round pick (top-7 protected).
Rush is gone at the end of the year anyway because he wants to start, but Golden State wants to play Harrison Barnes because he was their top draft pick. Curry is a hot debate in GS right now whether or not they want to match the max for him. He has had his injury issues for sure, and they reportedly aren't too excited that he will get a max offer from someone else - especially since they are right up against the luxury tax. If they sign Curry to the max ($13.6 million), they will have a total salary cap of over $77 million...
We already know that Demps and Monty like Curry a lot, as he was one of the main targets during the Chris Paul trade. Curry has really fallen from grace in GS because of the injuries, but that is where we swoop in and take a chance on him. I know that you guys wouldn't be excited about having 2 injury prone players on the team (Curry and Gordon), but it is worth the risk IMO.
Then, we could trade Lopez, Aminu, and Warrick for Al Jefferson - they have been looking to move him for over a year now, but nobody will bite because he has such a large contract. He is the perfect compliment to Davis, and he is still young enough to rebuild with. Lopez + Aminu + cap space should be more than enough to get Utah to bite.
Finally, sign a FA Center like Timofey Mozgov with our MLE, and bada-bing, bada-boom... contenders!
PG - Curry, Rivers, Roberts
SG - Gordon, Rivers, Miller
SF - Rush, Miller
PF - Davis, Anderson, Thomas
C - Al Jefferson, Mozgov