Well, I think we can get from Bargs what we get from Gasol, mostly, and without any pouting or media shots or drama. And I guess we would have to gamble that Bargs can look good playing with Dwight (they should fit well together and Bargs could be the second option with our bench guys and look a little better that way too) so that we can trade him next year at the deadline for an expiring so that the plan is in place.
I honestly think that Lowry is worth the gamble -- we are seeing that Nash has declined and overwhelmed often by other team's starting PGs, speed, and traps (Blake will have the same issues and more0. limiting Nash's minutes and giving him some run during second unit time would do wonders for him -- reduce the pressure on him, allow him to focus on scoring more, and conserve his energy for his defensive efforts (A for effort).
So Duhon has to go - which Toronto will take because of his Team-friendly contract. Again (as I was saying a couple of weeks ago), we could add Martin for big man depth. And during certain mintues -- early second quarter against other team's back ups, we can go small with Lowry at PG and Nash at SG (like GS does with Curry and Jack or Den does with Lawson and Miller).
Nash, Lowry, Blake
Kobe, Meeks, Morris
Ron, Ebanks, Jamison
Clark, Bargs, Martin
Dwight, Martin, Sacre
Again, with Lowry, Kobe, Ron, Clark, and Dwight closing for defensive purposes.