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The two glaring holes in the Los Angeles Lakers roster are at point guard and small forward.
The three-guard combo of Derek Fisher, Steve Blake and rookie Darius Morris just hasn't gotten the job done, and Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, is averaging 5.3 PPG, 2.8 RPG and has a Player Efficiency Rating of 7.9.
A change is needed in L.A. to keep Kobe's hopes of catching Michael Jordan's coveted six championship rings alive.
According to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.com, as well as several other sources, the Los Angeles Lakers have "expressed significant interest" in the Cleveland Cavaliers' back-up PG, Ramon Sessions.
In his four games as a starter, Sessions has averaged 17.8 points and 11 assists per game. And while he's taken a back seat to Rookie of the Year front-runner, Kyrie Irving, he's still putting up 10.5 points and 5.4 assists, serving as a valuable asset off of the bench.
Kennedy continues, saying that the Lakers have "also been pursuing Kirk Hinrich in recent weeks."
Hinrich is backing up Jeff Teague in Atlanta.
The Lakers have "also been linked to Raymond Felton," who's been averaging career-lows and has been benched in Portland.
All viable options, expect the Lakers to make a drastic upgrade at the PG position to revitalize their chances at a championship this season.