4. Golden State Warriors
The Warriors are reportedly open for business and willing to deal anyone not named Stephen Curry. Golden State needs size, but it also needs more production on the wing.
Andrew Wiggins has struggled all season, but he was one of the key pieces on the Warriors' 2022 NBA Championship team. If Golden State GM Mike Dunleavy and head coach Steve Kerr can land an upgrade at that spot, it would go a long way toward moving their team closer to the playoff (or play-in) picture.
Grant is a similar player to Wiggins - long, athletic and springy. He's not the same defender Wiggins was in the 2022 postseason, but he's a superior offensive player. He would fit around Curry and Draymond Green as a spot-up shooter and is a better shot-creator than Klay Thompson at this point in his career.
It wouldn't solve all the Warriors' problems, but trading for Grant would solidify a crucial role Golden State hasn't been able to fill this season.