The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to make moves before the Feb. 10 trade deadline.

It’s unclear whether the Lakers (20-19) can make any major mid-season acquisitions — their only non-stars not on minimum contracts are Talen Horton-Tucker, 21, and Kendrick Nunn (who hasn’t played this season), and they can’t trade a first-round pick before 2027.

However, that isn’t stopping vice president of basketball operations Rob Pelinka from working the phone lines to create as much flexibility and maximize the talent around the fringes of the roster.