Los Angeles could help their bench while continuing to have a highly skilled front court by trading Pau Gasol to Toronto for Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani.
Toronto recently gave up a first-round pick to acquire Kyle Lowry from Houston, meaning that Jose Calderon's days as the Raptors' starting point guard are over. Calderon would fit nicely in Los Angeles, as he is an excellent assist man and a very good shooter. He is an upgrade over Steve Blake and would become the Lakers' most lethal weapon off the bench.
Andrea Bargnani is not a good rebounder, but with Andrew Bynum, Metta World Peace and Kobe Bryant in the lineup, Los Angeles shouldn't have a hard time securing boards. Bargnani plays very well away from the basket as he is a great three-point shooter for his size and can punish slower big man who guard him by attacking the basket. He should put up similar points per game to Gasol.
Toronto would be interested in acquiring Gasol because Calderon is now expendable for them and would be a upgrade over Bargnani at power forward. With Jonas Valanciunas and Gasol, Toronto would have one of the best big-man combos in the Eastern Conference, and could challenge for a playoff spot in a weaker conference.
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