When David West went down with a season-ending knee injury, the Hornets made a gutsy move and traded Marcus Thornton to the Sacramento Kings for Carl Landry. In hindsight, the trade wasn't the smartest idea.
Thornton went on a tear once he got to Sacramento, including a 42-point, 41-minute explosion, and averaged 21.3 points as a King, but Landry filled his role as a Power Forward to replace West.
Landry isn't the greatest rebounder, nor is he a terrorizing defensive presence, but at times, he's got a knack for putting the ball in the basket. He's got a working 12-15 foot jumper, and in the Playoffs, Landry increased his scoring to 15.8 points per game.
He might not be a game changer, but Carl Landry would be a great "glue guy" for a team in need of a big man. How about Milwaukee for a possible change of scenery?