Lakers Could Still Be Involved In A Dwight Howard Trade

We know Dwight Howard still wants to be traded, even after a meeting with Magic general manager Rob Hennigan. Where he would go, remains a question. The Lakers remain an option, despite any preliminary contract discussions they've had with Andrew Bynum.

While introducing Antawn Jamison and announcing the re-signing of Jordan Hill, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak didn't rule out further moves, including a trade, according to a report from ESPN Los Angeles.

While Orlando regroups to assess its options with Howard, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said as far as he's concerned, the door remains open for the team to make an impact trade.

"Typically it slows down in August, but the brakes are never on," Kupchak said coyly.

The Lakers have previously been rumored as part of multiple three-team trades where they would land Howard with Andrew Bynum headed out of Los Angeles.

Head over to Pinstriped Post, Nets Daily, Silver Screen And Roll and Fear The Sword for more on the Magic, Nets, Lakers and Cavs, respectively. You can track all the Dwight Howard trade drama by visiting this StoryStream.

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