The FO already answered that question, when they traded him last December for Chris Paul. And again when they hired MDA pretty much knowing that Gasol would not fit his system.
MDA has answered that question by benching him several times, jabbing him in the media, and refusing to change his sytem to fit Gasol's supposed strengths.
Clark has answered that question by showing what energy, determination, hustle, and physicality can do for our defense (and thus chances of winning), despite much less talent, length, and experience. We know that Gasol doesn't really fit with Dwight - not defensively against the best (running and athletic) teams in the NBA
And now Gasol has answered the question 3 different times this year:
1. When Kobe said he needed to play harder, be more assertive, and more physical on offense and defense, and that Gasol just needed to "put his big boy pants on" when he plays. MDA agreed. And Gasol then did not play another game after Kobe said that, instead pouting and quitting and chosing to sit a bunch of games on his own initiative. Always an excuse. Just when they needed him most.
2. When the "Nash will make Gasol better" experiment proved to be false. (partly because Nash just can't beat on-ball pressure like he used to) (first Gasol wanted the ball closer to the basket to operate -- now, after the Heat trapped and harrassed Nash to death, Gasol says he should have been given the ball in pick and pop situations at the elbow to allow him to create the offense).
3. Gasol refusing to be a bench player and do what is best for the team -- back up Dwight, lead the bench mob, and let Clark grow.
It should happen today. He is not hungry and mentally secure and needs a change of scenery. I don't want to see him tomorrow in Toronto, unless he is playing for the Raps.