Not really sold on Nash to the Lakers. Kobe, like Jordan, is the teams facilitator. It'll be interesting to see two ball dominant guards and see how they can fit together. And if its possible, the Lakers just got even worse defensively against quick point guards.
I understand the point of the move - it was either this or essentially nothing. They have nothing in free agency to offer so trading picks and the exception was their only opportunity. Id rather have Steve Nash than not. But, hes as ball dominant a PG in the league as there is, and he's with as big of a ball dominating SG as their is in the league. Something's got to give, and how that effects each players game will be in question IMO.