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Report: Magic Have Sent Dwight Howard Trade Offer to Lakers for Andrew Bynum

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, July 5th, 2012
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Jackie Pepper from Pepper on Sports is reporting that a Lakers player has been told he could be traded at any moment for Dwight Howard.

Here is what her source had to say.

The Los Angeles Lakers are considering an offer from the Orlando Magic that would send Dwight Howard to L.A. in exchange for Andrew Bynum, a source close to the situation tells

The source says the Lakers have informed one player that he might be part of the package deal and that he could be traded at any moment.

The Lakers are “very interested” in acquiring Howard, according to the source.

The Magic appear much more interested in sending Dwight out West and it makes sense for multiple reasons. First, Andrew Bynum is by far the best player they can get back in a trade and secondly it keeps Dwight out of the Eastern conference.

If the report is true and we have no way to confirm it is or not, the Lakers should jump on it before the Magic change their mind.

Kobe, Nash, Dwight, Gasol & some other guy is one strong lineup.

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  1. Nig Nog says:

    FYI: PAU AND Bynum are headed east in this package (if it goes down).

    • Frankie Chavez says:

      Pau is not part of the deal, most sources are citing Metta World Peace/Steve Blake and Lakers will be taking back contract of Jason Richardson as well.

  2. @p0is0nedkoola says:

    I call BS! Bynum has only a year left on his contract so why would the Magic take a player who’s going to do the “I don’t want to play here” ploy all over again with them? If they do, they are fools!!! Take the Nets trade, rebuilt and learn from this (again! Shaq, hello!).

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