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Old 07-06-2011, 12:39 PM   #16
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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Perkins+Ibaka+Westbrook+2 1sts for Howard straight up
That would be a good offer but is it too much?
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Old 07-06-2011, 12:43 PM   #17
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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That would be a good offer but is it too much?

No..and OKC would have cap room(assuming there is a hard cap around 60 mm) to sign a PG, maybe even Chris Paul.

free agent PG/Maynor
Harden/Jackson
Durant/Sefalosha
Collison/Mohammed
Howard/Mohammed
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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No..and OKC would have cap room(assuming there is a hard cap around 60 mm) to sign a PG, maybe even Chris Paul.

free agent PG/Maynor
Harden/Jackson
Durant/Sefalosha
Collison/Mohammed
Howard/Mohammed
The hard cap might be at 45 mil.

Only way Laker fans do it is if it's Bynum for Howard straight up at the trade deadline, with the Magic having no other options.
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Default Re: Trade Idea (Howard to L.A)

They wouldn't bring bacK Artest's awful contract (it's a long term deal for a guy that probably shouldn't be starting in the league at this point).

They wouldn't just give the Lakers Jameer either. They can get Odom and Bynum and Steve Blake for Howard and Arenas, why would they throw in a young talent in Nelson and give Turk instead?
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Old 07-06-2011, 01:07 PM   #21
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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The hard cap might be at 45 mil.

Only way Laker fans do it is if it's Bynum for Howard straight up at the trade deadline, with the Magic having no other options.
It's more about what dwight wants than just the offer

Orlando could trade him but if wont sign the extension with that team it won't matter.
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Old 07-06-2011, 01:34 PM   #22
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

Jesus Christ, how many more times are you Laker retards going to offer some bullshit combo of f*cking Bynum/Odom/Gasol for Howard?! Get it in your heads, we dont want those asswipes!

Take Bynum, take Gasol and take Odom and shove them up your ass......all up in your ass!
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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Jesus Christ, how many more times are you Laker retards going to offer some bullshit combo of f*cking Bynum/Odom/Gasol for Howard?! Get it in your heads, we dont want those asswipes!

Take Bynum, take Gasol and take Odom and shove them up your ass......all up in your ass!

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Old 07-06-2011, 02:34 PM   #24
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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It's more about what dwight wants than just the offer

Orlando could trade him but if wont sign the extension with that team it won't matter.

What Dwight Howard wants mean absolutely nothing. Orlando is going to trade Howard to whomever gives them the best return, no matter if that's the Lakers or the Raptors

As a matter of fact they would most likely want to send Dwight to a perennial lottery team
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

It makes little sense for them to acquire Ron Artest and Blake while throwing Nelson in the deal.
But the again, when you ship your star player away, you want to make sure you ship him to somewhere far away. Preferably out of your division, conference. Or else he could haunt you...
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:13 PM   #26
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

Honestly, at this point, Orlando could get away with forcing teams to take both Hedo and Arenas' garbage contracts in any trade involving Howard. It's a gutsy move, one that likely alienates many teams from working with them on prospective deals, but they're well within bounds to do it. If any team is in a position to take on Howard while withstanding the financial hit of two terrible contracts, it's LA. In an NBA landscape that will likely change considerably with the introduction of a new CBA, the Lakers will still work out how to get what they want.

Even if you don't have the flexibility to sign adequate role players for a few years you've still got a prime Howard, Kobe with dwindling athleticism (which, even at half speed, is an All-Star caliber performer) and Arenas/Hedo who are at the very least serviceable at their respective positions. Sauntering into the post-season for a few years before the front office trims the fat, with a profound lack of depth and potential chemistry issues, is WELL worth the eventual payout.

With that said, this isn't happening. Orlando want a quicker turnaround in a post-Dwight era. Holding on to Odom and Artests contracts hinders their progress towards a rebuild, unless they can ship them out quick which, at their age and rate of productivity, is tough to imagine. Sixth Man Of The Year award notwithstanding, Odom's spotty play and propensity for disappearing for long stretches has been widely chronicled.

Bynum is still a question mark with injuries, and to assume he'll simply fill the void left by Howard is being a bit presumptive.
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:37 PM   #27
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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What Dwight Howard wants mean absolutely nothing. Orlando is going to trade Howard to whomever gives them the best return, no matter if that's the Lakers or the Raptors

As a matter of fact they would most likely want to send Dwight to a perennial lottery team
You are clueless if you think this

Dwight will be a free agent it's his decision

yes dwight can get traded to the best offer but if dwight doesn't want to be there he won't sign the extension and if he doesn't that team wouldn't trade those pieces I dwight doesn't sign long term
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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Jesus Christ, how many more times are you Laker retards going to offer some bullshit combo of f*cking Bynum/Odom/Gasol for Howard?! Get it in your heads, we dont want those asswipes!

Take Bynum, take Gasol and take Odom and shove them up your ass......all up in your ass!

Have fun losing Superman through free agency.



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Old 07-06-2011, 05:51 PM   #29
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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Jesus Christ, how many more times are you Laker retards going to offer some bullshit combo of f*cking Bynum/Odom/Gasol for Howard?! Get it in your heads, we dont want those asswipes!

Take Bynum, take Gasol and take Odom and shove them up your ass......all up in your ass!

Hes still mad about Shaq and 2009, get over it
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Default Re: Idea: Trade Dwight Howard to the Lakers

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You are clueless if you think this

Dwight will be a free agent it's his decision

yes dwight can get traded to the best offer but if dwight doesn't want to be there he won't sign the extension and if he doesn't that team wouldn't trade those pieces I dwight doesn't sign long term

Good luck signing in LA when they're 40 million over the cap
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