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Dwight Howard Makes Appearance at Dodger Stadium Reviewed by Momizat on . After learning of the Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic talking about a potential blockbuster trade for Dwight Howard on Tuesday, the buzz around L.A. kicked After learning of the Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic talking about a potential blockbuster trade for Dwight Howard on Tuesday, the buzz around L.A. kicked Rating:
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Dwight Howard Makes Appearance at Dodger Stadium

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After learning of the Los Angeles Lakers and Orlando Magic talking about a potential blockbuster trade for Dwight Howard on Tuesday, the buzz around L.A. kicked into high gear with Howard seemingly on the verge of being dealt to the Lakers. As if the trade rumor wasn’t enough to get Lakers fans excited, Howard was spotted at Dodger Stadium on the very same day.

As a guest of Magic Johnson, Howard watched the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Philadelphia Phillies. During the game, talk of Howard being at Dodger Stadium started circulating all over Twitter, Facebook and many other social media sites. Ultimately, a picture of Howard in a luxury box at Dodger Stadium was posted and that led to Howard ending up on the big screen above the outfield in which he received a standing ovation from Dodgers Nation.

With Howard currently rehabbing from back surgery in Los Angeles, it’s no surprise to see him around town. Even though Howard has been seen in different parts of the City of Angels over the past few weeks, the superstar center showing up at Dodger Stadium after a blockbuster trade is reportedly in the works with the Lakers and Magic brass talking about making a deal is interesting to say the least.

It remains uncertain at this point in time if a deal between the Lakers and Magic will ultimately get done in the near future. There’s no question that the Lakers have serious interest in acquiring Howard in a swap for All-Star center Andrew Bynum, but there appears to be plenty of bumps in the road in terms of finally getting this deal done.

The most recent development in the Dwight Howard saga has the Cleveland Cavaliers back in the fold. Apparently, the Cavs are prepared to be the third team in the deal that would result in Bynum heading to Cleveland, Howard being shipped to L.A. and Anderson Varejao, and draft picks to Orlando.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=541803450 Paolo Wong 莊保羅

    Great article

  • Joelsky

    How we wish Laker fans this would be a home run.

  • BlackRobbb

    We don’t need Howard — we need a decent combo guard off the bench who can back up both Kobe and Nash and provide scoring from the wing.

  • Kmac_321

    LA needs players that can play D off the bench that’s it! The Vet’s minimum or the mini level exception can be used correctly if only I discuss Mitch my plans! ……ahhhhhh!

  • Eduard2424

    Fuck Magic Johnson. Fuckin sell out

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HTVFLJYUPF76NT6SJY26SMUGBQ BOXxxxXO_O

    LAKERS DYNASTY……COUNT UR RING DWIGHT… It’s MAGIC JOHNSON’s DONE DEAL..
     

  • xchampionx323

    get dwight and brandon rush from gsw and let’s goooooooo!!!!! probably a decent defensive PG would be good too

  • Margarite

    Bynum has all the cards in his hand. And Bynum is not gonna blow20 to 25 million dollars because a bunch of fans want Dwight Howard. It does not matter what Howard wants.This is business.

  • Jhonico 247

    Bynum had only one good year and he is lazy as hell and he’s a injury waiting to happen again ship his ass out

    • jdogg

       thats right!!!!!!!!!!

  • jdogg

    D12 equals championship let’s get it done lakeshow.
     

  • Josephderus

    One more assist from Magic!

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