I think fish would be better if he dribbled less. My solution is to start steve blake (which is also better for spacing and outside shooting) and have fish come in with goudelock. Goudelock and fish split the task of bringing the ball up the court, fisher tries to be the regulator and feeds it to the bigs while goudelock gets some consensus to play his game, look for his shot.
My starting 5 would be:
The second unit would be:
Ebanks (if he's alive, I can't think of another reason for him to vanish from the rotation like that other than the fact he's dead)
Murphy/ McBobs (same as Ebanks)
Bynum/Gasol (depending on matchups)
MWP is taken out of the rotation until he earns his minutes showing a will to get back to NBA caliber level (or something remotely close). He should be working out ALL THE TIME, shooting 3s, working on post-up drills, shooting free throws, until he comes close to a Laker worthy player.
Kapono remains out of the rotation unless there is an injury or our 3pt shooting becomes even worse.
Morris is watched closely during practice and if he shows improvement he should have an opportunity to go out there and play.
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