I'm a bit of both a Wizards fan and a Raptors fans, and I came up with this idea for a trade:
2009 second-round pick
This may seem like a strange trade, but I thought it would work out well for each team. For the Wizards: they receive one of the league's top young power forwards in Bosh; Nesterovic provides a solid back-up or starter for when Haywood struggles; Humphries and Jackson are both pretty solid coming off the bench; plus, the contracts of Rasho, Humphries, and Jackson all come off the books after this season. For the Raptors: Jamison is getting old, but he does provide them another outside threat who can also play down low(his contract does expire after this season so if he falters they don't have to re-sign him or can use it as effective trade bait); Songaila is an effective small forward/power forward player who could come in and start at the small forward position, allowing Kapono to move to shooting guard, where he would be more effective; Pecherov gives them an up-and-coming natural center, which could allow Bargnani to move to a position that he is better suited to; also, both Pecherov and Songaila fit in with Colangelo's concept to appeal to the foreign audience in Toronto.