As the February 10 trade deadline is getting closer, NBA teams are making plans to make roster changes for the second half of the season. The Los Angeles Lakers are no exception.
According to Jake Fisher of Bleacher Report, the purple and gold are making calls to rival teams in an attempt to assess trade value of three players, namely Dwight Howard, DeAndre Jordan and Kent Bazemore.
All three players are seeing diminishing playing time as the season progresses. Howard so far played in 32 games averaging 5.2 points, 5.5 rebounds in 14.7 minutes per game.
Jordan appeared in 28 games averaging 4.4 points, 5.6 rebounds in 13 minutes per game. Bazemore, who was a starter at the beginning of the season, played 24 games averaging 3.9 points, 2 rebounds in 17 minutes per game.