http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/b ... index.html
"The key thing, whoever you are and wherever you are, you can not wait,'' Gilbert said. "The big lesson was if a player is not willing to extend, no matter who they are, no matter where they are playing, no matter what kind of season you had, you can not risk going into a summer and having them leave in unrestricted free agency and get nothing back for it.
That does not necessarily come into play with Andy since he is under team control until 2015 but it does show a willingness from the top to make a trade -even if- it could affect the existing season.
If the Cavs are going to compete for the playoffs this year than Andy is almost certainly going to play a large part in that. And while it's possible (at least in theory) Zeller, Thompson, Samuels, et al step up and make Andy less vital to this team there's little or no chance that his output on the floor can be replaced.
So while I still can see the possibility of Andy being traded it would seem to have to include either an extremely talented, younger player with the all-star potential or it has to be at least one unprotected or nearly unprotected lottery pick from a team with a legitimate shot of playing badly enough that the pick becomes something worth more than Andy. I don't see many teams that fit the criteria to make that happen.