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If your Orlando and you had to trade dwight howard who would you take back

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If your Orlando and you had to trade dwight howard who would you take back

Im sure Dwight Howard will want to leave Orlando with that being said what trades would you do? ( here are mine now understand I'm not sure if the contracts match up here)

Chicago- trades Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson, Ronnie Brewer and the next two years first round draft picks

L.A. Lakers- trades Andrew Bynum, Shannon Brown, Lamar Odom and the next two years first rounders

Oklahoma City- Kendrick Perkins, Nate Robinson, James Harden and 1st round picks

Dallas- Tyson Chandler, Caron Butler, Rodrigue Beabouis sorry can't spell it, J.J. Barea and a 1st rounder.


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the lakers trade

the lakers trade

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Would take the Bulls

But all of them seem fairly unlikely at this time. The Lakers trade is probably the best value, but Odom is getting up there and Bynum is of course a major injury concern. The Thunder and Mavs just would not at all add up as far as value is concerned.

Odds are that like most trades for star players, the Magic will suffer on the deal. You can say that the Nuggets were alright after they traded Melo, but Dwight's impact is much more than that of Melo's.

Here is one to think about honestly. What about Atlanta? Not only was that Dwight's home town team, but he would also get a chance to play with his old AAU teammate Josh Smith. Atlanta has been stagnant for the longest time due to them not having a Center.

Might look like this:

Dwight Howard, Chris Duhon or Quentin Richardson for Al Horford, Jamal Crawford, Marvin Williams and Jeff Teague plus a couple first round picks.

Just a thought, I think there is very little chance of it happening, but it could be an alternative, and you get an All-Star big in Horford, plus some nice prospects. It really depends if Crawford re-signs with the Hawks, and the Magic would also have to do something about their back court. Maybe should trade Zaza too, lol :)

Still, I think he will end up trying to play with Chris Paul or Deron Williams. He probably wants to go to the Lakers, but that is easier said than done. Kobe, Gasol and Dwight would be formidable, for sure, and they would still have Ron Artest, but I do not know if the Lakers are in the driver seat. The Knicks salary cap situation was much different than the Lakers or Bulls. Dwight and Deron would be a really cool combo, but the problem is that their is no assurance they would contend for a title with no real help around them.

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i would take brook lopez, an

i would take brook lopez, an expiring, a young player(i cant recall any on nets right now), and a few draft picks. atleast then you get a young center in return.

the bynum trade would be better if we knew bynum could stay healthy. but i think dwight howard and deron williams would compete for the next 6 to 8 years for championships.

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i would take brook lopez, an

i would take brook lopez, an expiring, a young player(i cant recall any on nets right now), and a few draft picks. atleast then you get a young center in return.

the bynum trade would be better if we knew bynum could stay healthy. but i think dwight howard and deron williams would compete for the next 6 to 8 years for championships.

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Assuming all Salaries work

Assuming all Salaries work out, this is a trade I would consider if I were Orlando or Chicago.

Chicago receives:

Dwight Howard

The Bulls will get one of the best players in the NBA, they are giving some important pieces, but I feel they could fill those needs to some extent through FA and the draft.

Orlando receives:

Joakim Noah

Luol Deng

Omer Asik

2 future first rounders

Kind of similar to the Kevin Garnett trade because of the fact that teams want a ton back for a franchise talent. Orlando would still be a playoff team if this went through.

I think this is a pretty even trade, but im not sure Chicago would give all that up even to get a superstar like Dwight. It is odd that im proposing this because I hate those potential trades people are always posting but I think this could work.

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About the Lakers pck

They would never do that. So stop all the Bynum hate on this site.

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