At first I was wanted to keep Wallace, but if we could trade Wallace for Kaman and keep Morrison I'd be THRILLED! Morrison I think can be the real deal and IMO has played better than Wallace this season...so If Kaman could come to Charlotte I'd be very very happyBut why would the Clippers do this deal? It's true they can move Thomas and Mobley and probably not impact the team too much, but where does Randolph fit? With Marcus Camby and Chris Kaman well paid ($20 million total) in frontcourt, who comes off the bench? Randolph shouldn't, but neither should the other two – and none of these guys can remotely play the three.
If the Clippers make this move, there has to be another one coming – such as the Kaman to the Charlotte Bobcats for Gerald Wallace idea that has been hot and cold in recent days. They can't stop here because it rips out their depth and half of their veteran leadership, unbalancing the roster of a team with only two wins on the season.
It's also interesting to note that Randolph has played so well in the open offense of D'Antoni as a center. Assuming he's staying in Los Angeles he will move back to power forward. If Camby stays Randolph should work well, much as he did with Theo Ratliff back in his days with the Portland Trail Blazers. If Kaman stays, well, interior defense might become a problem very quickly.