The Los Angeles Lakers have arguably the worst point guard situation in the league. With backup point guard Steve Blake injured, the Lakers have relied on two rookies, Andrew Goudelock and Darius Morris, to share the role with Derek Fisher. This season, Fisher is averaging 5.1 points, 4.1 assists and two rebounds a game. Not the kind of production you look for in your starting point guard.
For the Lakers to have any real shot at the title this season, their point guard play has to improve. With no point guard on the roster currently giving them solid production, the Lakers have been seeking trades to acquire one.
As reported by Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers have shown interest in acquiring Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Ramon Sessions. I find it funny how Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert had a say in preventing the Lakers from getting Chris Paul, and now his team might be trading them one of their own point guards.
Sessions would be a great roster addition to the Lakers. Here is why: