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Dwight Howard Says He Will Sign Extension with Four Teams

Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has been the center of trade rumors for quite some time. His situation changes constantly as one minute he asks for a trade, and the other minute he wants to remain in Orlando.

According to ESPN’s Chris Broussard, the Defensive Player of the Year has now narrowed down his list to four teams.

The Lakers now must decide whom to give up for Dwight Howard. The front office already trade away Lamar Odom to the Mavericks, and now the team is only left with two big men. Although the staff is trying its best to avoid giving away both Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum, those two players may be on the Magic’s wish-list.

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  • ken

    david stern is a *****. no deal for the lakers and paul but any other team can deal for him and its ok? he didnt mind when we gave up odam for nothing and something tells me his hand is trying to steer howard where he wishes. stern has a problem wit the lakers, if u tired of raising our hands as world champs just resign dont try fuck us over

  • Dj Sparkle

    give up bynum….walton….and blake for dwight howard

    • ray

      No one would ever want Luke Walton he is the worst player in the nba

      • scott

        kwame brown…

      • LakersAllDay

        haha “not in ur dreams” deal…nice try though..they should amnesty walton without a doubt! unless they already used it for odom

  • Carlos

    I think if they could give gasol away and had bynum center and dwight pf with artest kobe and whoever the pg is will no doubt be the best defence in ages

  • Betto

    Come on Mitch, throw everything but the kitchen sink in the deal..!! I say trade Bynum, Luke walton, the pick from Dallas and a rookie or two.. Before Dwight changes his mind… again. xD

  • Francesco

    the last few days have been insanity and Dwight is reminding me of a kid that can’t make up his mind on which toy he wants. We are the Lakers–so if he wants to stay in Orlando or go to the nets then see ya!! But if Dallas picked him up they would be do dang long everyone would be in trouble! Him, dirk , and Lamar? Yikes!!!!!

  • Sammie

    Oh please get dwight howard, he is ment to be a laker. That is like another shaq but a more improved version.

    • Carlton

      Dwight is in no way an approved version of shaq

    • LakersAllDay

      Dwight will never be as dominant or good as shaq…Lakers staff would definitely make him better though!

  • brian serrano

    I think we should give up bynum and some other players but not gasol

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