It's good for both teams. The Dodgers don't get weaker since Bellinger and Hernandez can play multiple OF positions, and they unload 30 mil in salary.
The Reds get 3 starters and if they can add some pitching, they might put a decent product on the field. Kemp, Puig, Votto, Gennet is already half the lineup. It could be much worse. Yes they're in a rebuild, but they didn't give anything up really. The way I see it, they just added Kemp and Wood for their salaries. Dodgers sent 7 mill which covers Puig's contract.
Kemp and Homer were going to make the same money....so that's just a no-brainer. Wood isn't ridiculously expensive and if the Dodgers are covering Puig I don't see how this trade could be considered anything but a home run for the Reds....even if it's only for one year. Yes, they still need at least one top level starter, but at least with Kemp and Puig they should be able to put some runs on the scoreboard. Reds fans haven't had 3 big name guys (Votto, Kemp and Puig) on the field at the same time for quite a while. Might actually have some games with the stadium over half full