Since Bradley can't really be traded from LAC until later in the year, I doubt he is going out for LAC.
But the Bradley-Butler backcourt makes a lot of sense. Butler is a primary ball-handler. Bradley is not. Bradley is a pesk to primary guards. Butler is a better defender against bigger guys. Bradley moves really well off the ball and Butler is a really good creator and distributor.
I also think Dieng could be a starter in a different situation. Imagine if he is finally able to deliver on his defensive promise.
Bradley-Butler-Harris-Luc-Dieng. Harris is an underrated defender against swings. Luc is a really heady defender. That team could be nasty on both sides of the court.
Then you think about Shai's versatility, Beverly's defense, Teletovic's secondary creation, Harrell's energy, Gortat's there-ness, and Williams' scoring.
That team is deep, versatile, feisty, and could push for a top 4 seed in the West.