I wouldnt doubt it if he traded at or a little after the 15th.
Jamison is of major importance on this team.
If Hill or Pau are dealing with injury he's the guy that will come in and is capable.
And both have been so he is very much needed.
You're aware if you trade away Jamison then you'll have to go with Sacre or Clark for your size if anything happens to Hill or Pau right?
Think about it.
Jamison's not going anywhere before Duhon,Clark or Ebanks is. He is of too much importance to our team not just in foul/injury aspect, but because of his contract and the fact he "can" get 20. As inconsistent as it may be, he's head and shoulders above everyone on the bench not named Metta, Meeks or Hill.
D'antoni didn't play him in garbage time because he's "too great of a player" for Garbage time. The guys that we saw for the last 5-6 minutes or so of the game like Clark, Ebanks Duhon(when Blake returns) are the guys that Mitch would try to get rid of before letting Jamison go.
Jamison doesn't go anywhere unless we got a PRODUCTIVE big for him, because he's our backup if Hill or Gasol have to miss time due to injury and he's the best option on our bench for either of them. And against other stretch 4s(ones that would keep Hill out of the paint) Jamison may get some time against them. But against power forwards that attack on the inside and put the ball down etc, Hill will be guarding them. You'll see Jamison on the likes of Nowitski and Anderson, but against the Likes of Lamarcus Aldridge or Kenneth Faried. And understandably so.
D'antoni has said he's trying to prioritize matchups "defensively" first.
So when it makes sense and another team has a forward you can match Jamison up against better than Hill. Jamison will get his playing time.
D'antoni just made the decision that he'd rather Hill fight for rebounds with Faried and defend Lamarcus Aldridge over Jamison and if you think about it you'll probably agree.