Magic, Lakers Working On 4-Team Dwight Howard Trade Involving 76ers, Nuggets, According To Report

The latest iteration of the ongoing Dwight Howard trade rumor mill now has the Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Lakers involving the Denver Nuggets and Philadelphia 76ers in a four-team scenario, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. The trade proposal has several big names involved, and while nothing is imminent, Wojnarowski reports that the talks "have substance."

Here is the rough breakdown of the proposed blockbuster deal.

There is still much to be discussed, particularly with Bynum and Gasol. Wojnarowski reports that their ultimate destination is "fluid" and could change. The Magic would likely try to flip Gasol to receive more draft picks.

For more on these teams, visit SB Nation blogs Orlando Pinstriped Post, Silver Screen and Roll, Denver Stiffs and Liberty Ballers.

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