A couple of interesting tidbits from ESPN's NBA rumors page today: 1. There's talk that Jack may be a better option for the Raptors at PG than Calderon. Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun thinks Jack is a better fit with the starters. Wolstat writes: "Jarrett Jack took T.J. Ford's starting point guard gig last year in Indiana and over the next few games, he might just take advantage of Jose Calderon's injury and do the same thing in Toronto. Jack is not the dead-eye shooter Calderon is, nor is he a pass-first 'true' point guard like the Spaniard, but it is becoming increasingly apparent that his skill-set meshes better with the rest of the starting lineup than Calderon's ... Though he, like Jack, has posted better numbers as a starter, Calderon also has had success as a backup and likely would thrive even more now playing against second units." 2. Sessions is now eligible to be traded, and Mark Stein thinks he's likely to be moved. Calderon would be interesting. He's like a much better version of Blake. His defensive has been really poor this year (he's hurt), and was never good, but I doubt it's worse than Blake's. His offense would be a significant upgrade, and he would fit well with Roy. Hollinger describes Sessions as the second coming of Andre Miller. He has no outside shot to speak of, but he's much younger than Dre, so even though he's not particularly athletic, he would probably be an upgrade defensively, and he has far more years left in the tank.