Dwight Howard Trade To Lakers Now Complete After Call With League

The Dwight Howard trade to the Los Angeles Lakers is now complete, as the four teams involved have finished their trade call with the league, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. The only thing left to do is for the four teams to issue their standard press releases confirming the news with their fans.

The Lakers will receive Howard, Chris Duhon and Earl Clark in the trade, while the Magic are expected to receive Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, Moe Harkless, Nikola Vucevic and Josh McRoberts, as well as multiple first- and second-round picks. The Nuggets will receive Andre Iguodala, while the 76ers will get Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson.

The final pieces of the deal were being discussed on Friday, but the trade itself was never in doubt. Now, it only looks like a matter of time before all the loose ends are tied.

For more on these teams, visit SB Nation blogs Orlando Pinstriped Post, Silver Screen and Roll, Denver Stiffs and Liberty Ballers. And for more analysis of the trade, check out this video.


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