Hence my reluctance to trade a bunch of assets to LA for Bledsoe in addition to giving him a new contract.
Obviously it depends on what those assets are. You aren't forced to give him a contract. If you're trading GV and Lopez for him it doesn't really matter because they are due new contracts too. Roll the dice on the guy with the upside IMO.
Rolling the dice on Bledsoe doesn't do us much good if we still have no starting SF and if some of the pieces we trade (Gordon, Lopez, etc.) create new holes to fill.
I just see the point as a position where it would be nice to improve but we don't have a glaring need.
That's opposed to the 3, where we need a starter, the 5, where we need a better starter, or the 2, where we likely have to flip a malcontent and replace him with someone who wants to be here.