I'm no expert, but it really does seem like Gasol has value, and should be moved. The best ball I've seen this team play has been without Gasol.
I'm not sure about Jamison - if there's something he's offering that I'm not seeing I can accept that. But from where I sit, he seems incredibly slow on defense, and offensively doesn't bring much unique to the table. I'd rather have somebody young and fast tossing bricks and cutting.
Besides those 2, I think the roster can work. When you actually see them firing, it's not a bad thing to watch.
Within the roster, I see 3 things happen a lot:
*Howard is easy to take out of games. If he's got good position and somehow got the ball, just foul and he'll go 1/2.
*Turnovers off of entry passes. Bynum had the ability to get fed, back in and make a move to score. Dwight has a really limited post game in comparison, and needs entry passes into crowded areas. It looks unstoppable when it works, and a mess when it doesn't. I'd rather see a mid-range shot go up, and let him battle for a board.
*Nash doesn't do Steve Nash stuff. He brings the ball up, there's a mess of screens, and the ball ends up out of his hands outside the 3 point line, not moving. He isn't creating and he isn't shooting. He needs to develop better chemistry with whoever is rolling off the screen. I'd actually rather see Kobe or Clark doing that as opposed to Dwight.