2. Joe Ingles
The Orlando Magic are having a solid season behind second-year star Paolo Banchero and the rest of the young talent that is on the roster. Nobody expects Orlando to make a deep playoff run as the team may still be reserved for the play-in but it is a promising step in the right direction for the Magic.
The Magic may not be outright sellers like they have been at past deadlines but they definitely could move off the right players for the right price. Veteran forward Joe Ingles is probably the most likely to be traded, especially if the Magic can get young talent in return.
Ingles has played a limited role in Orlando this season but has played quite well in the minutes he is getting. The 36-year-old is averaging 4.8 points, 3.1 assists and 2.5 rebounds in 17.9 minutes per game. More importantly, he is playing above-average defense and is shooting 38.9% from three.
Ingles is a lifetime 40.9% three-point shooter so he would give the Lakers another bench option that can hit shots as an off-ball option. As evidenced by his points-per-game numbers, Ingles is not going to come in and light the other team on fire. But in a few key spots, he could hit shots to extend a Lakers run or stop another team's run dead in the tracks.
Ingles has one more year under contract so he would give the Lakers some roster continuity into next season. A package of Jalen Hood-Schifino and Max Christie would work money-wise and should be enough to get Ingles in LA.