According to this little quip from Hoopsworld, the Lakers may be intereted in Pau’s friend in Navarro.
Hoopsworld: Part of the appeal of going to the Grizzlies in the first place was the ability to play with fellow Spaniard Pau Gasol, which could give the Los Angeles Lakers an edge on everyone else should Navarro decide a second stint in the NBA is worthwhile. Are the Lakers interested? Yes, yes they are.
However, the Lakers can only offer a minimum contract, which is not going to entice Navarro to make the jump. Keep in mind, though, the Grizzlies can still work Navarro in a sign-and-trade deal (if they did not also renounce his rights when they cancelled the Qualifying Offer), so should they decide they wanted to help the Lakers out (very likely with the benefit of a future #1 pick and some cash to take on a Lakers contract), it’s still doable. Do they still own his rights? Probably not – they had to remove Navarro’s cap hold in order to sign Iverson.
Likely in 2009? No, not at all. Next year would seem to be even more likely rather than this one, but again it’s not entirely clear Navarro would ever consider the NBA again.