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Is Dwight Howard Really the Best Center for the Lakers?

They started right after LeBron James decided to leave the small market of Cleveland to join his buddies in South Beach. They gained fire when Deron Williams was dealt to the New Jersey Nets after it was clear he did not want to remain in Utah. And they were essentially solidified when Andrew Bynum ended his 2010-11 season by getting ejecting after knowing down J.J. Barea.

The trade rumors involving Andrew Bynum and Dwight Howard have gained popularity and everyone is pushing the Lakers to make an effort to acquire Howard. Howard is no doubt the more popular and more celebrated between the two centers, but is he really the better big man?

Howard already has the individual accolades and is perhaps the most feared man amongst opponents. Nevertheless, Andrew Bynum has not had the opportunity to showcase his true talents due to various injuries in his career.

Dwight Howard may be called “Superman,” but is he really the best fit for this Lakers team?

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