Dwight Howard Rumors: Lakers Must Tra...

Dwight Howard Rumors: Lakers Must Trade Andrew Bynum and Land Superman

There are 8 comments on the BleacherReport story from Jul 6, 2012, titled Dwight Howard Rumors: Lakers Must Trade Andrew Bynum and Land Superman. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

After completing the ultimate coup with a sign-and-trade deal for Steve Nash on the Fourth of July, the Lakers - contrary to popular perception - aren't quite done yet.

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Livan Del Rosario

United States

#1 Jul 7, 2012
Kobe I hope you read this, I wish you could talk to Dwight Howard and tell him that you want him to join you and the lakers. I know that you respect Andrew Bynum but you have to look forward if you want to win another championship and by the way welcome to the lakers steve nash and Dwight howard we all want you in the lakers, so kobe do what you got to do if you want to win a championship.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#2 Jul 7, 2012
Livan Del Rosario wrote:
Kobe I hope you read this, I wish you could talk to Dwight Howard and tell him that you want him to join you and the lakers. I know that you respect Andrew Bynum but you have to look forward if you want to win another championship and by the way welcome to the lakers steve nash and Dwight howard we all want you in the lakers, so kobe do what you got to do if you want to win a championship.
Nobody knows how well Dwight's back is going to do post surgery and if you get Dwight, which Dwight will you get? The soft hearted, fun-loving one or the Dwight that whines, cries, acts immature and gets his coach fired and still wants to leave?

Which ever one you get, know that both personalities still fade out in games and can't really be counted on for points scored especially in the 4th quarter and you definitely have to eliminate him from the floor in clutch moments of the 4th due to poor FT shooting.

It's not worth it from this Laker fan. Keep the team intact and ride Bynum and Gasol and beef up the bench and we're gold!

“Justice always prevails”

Since: Jan 12

vacaville

#3 Jul 7, 2012
There is not much of a difference between Bynum and howard. Bynum
Is a better offensive player and is also a good defender. He doesnt block as many shots as Howard but he alters just as many shots. I say keep Bynum at a lower price and 2 years on his contact compared to Dwight's 1

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#4 Jul 7, 2012
The_Solution wrote:
There is not much of a difference between Bynum and howard. Bynum
Is a better offensive player and is also a good defender. He doesnt block as many shots as Howard but he alters just as many shots. I say keep Bynum at a lower price and 2 years on his contact compared to Dwight's 1
True. On top of everything else, this was Bynum's first full year so his upside could be out of this world depending on his attitude. I didn't like the "I don't care where I play" BS after the loss to OKC and I didn't like it that he came out and said he has surpassed Kareem's teachings.

I like Bynum's chip on his shoulder but he needs to put his attitude in check and be part of the team.
skyline13cj

New York, NY

#5 Jul 7, 2012
Livan Del Rosario wrote:
Kobe I hope you read this, I wish you could talk to Dwight Howard and tell him that you want him to join you and the lakers. I know that you respect Andrew Bynum but you have to look forward if you want to win another championship and by the way welcome to the lakers steve nash and Dwight howard we all want you in the lakers, so kobe do what you got to do if you want to win a championship.
Your right he has to ask himself how long do he want to play and who will make it fun to chance the ring Andrew Bynum or THE RINGS Dwight Howard...
Livan Del Rosario

Bronx, NY

#6 Jul 7, 2012
I dont know why Howard isnt in the lakers yet because if the lakers and magic agree on that trade that trade is going to benefit both teams.
GTwin - DMV

District Heights, MD

#7 Jul 7, 2012
Howard would be a great fan move but the reality is Bynum is a better all around basketball player. Fans don't forget Howard is the 1st option in Orlando. If Bynum was the 1st option in Orlando his numbers would be crazy and he would have a bigger effect on the game. So the Lakers would be crazy to trade Bynum for Howard. Also, Bynum is putting up big numbers along side Kobe and you know he is the second option!!!!!
Livan Del Rosario

Bronx, NY

#8 Jul 7, 2012
If howard want to go to the nets we have to respect that but he s not the one who decides where he is going and he is missing a great opportunity of playing with kobe,nash,gasol and could be grant hill too so he wanted to play with a great point guard now he has nash and if he want a shooting guard he has kobe with those 5 in the lakers including Pau Gasol and Grant Hill there is no way that the couldnt win that championship. By: Livan Del Rosario please leave your comments

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