• The Real Reason Why Denver Lost The Dwight Howard Trade

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Aug 14, 2012
    It’s hard to believe anyone could be more excited about the Dwight Howard trade than Steve Nash. Dwight Howard’s joining the Los Angeles Lakers also affects the Jazz even though Howard may not appear at EnergySolutions Arena this season. "It was just a very tough situation for everybody to let go," Howard said. Center Dwight Howard, newly acquired by the Los Angeles Lakers from the Orlando Magic, speaks at a news conference at the NBA basketball team's headquarters in El Segundo, Calif. But something good did come out of Dwight’s dawdling, because he killed two other birds with one stone: Andrew Iguodala is out of trade block limbo, and Andrew Bynum was relieved of the pipe dream that one day the Lakers would be his team; and now he’s got the Sixers to twiddle around his thumb. Especially early in the season it may take some getting used to, but where I feel the Lakers will have an advantage over the Heat in integrating stars used to being “The Man” is in the fact that their pieces seem to fit together better than those in Miami with Bron and Wade often playing the Dueling Banjos routine in that first year.
    Source: dimemag.com
    • Steve Nash primed for title run after Dwight Howard trade

      It’s hard to believe anyone could be more excited about the Dwight Howard trade than Steve Nash. Suns fans don’t want to hear it, but if the Lakers weren’t on the short list of...
    • Kragthorpe: Lakers grabbing Dwight Howard changes nothing for Jazz

      Kragthorpe: Lakers grabbing Dwight Howard changes nothing for Jazz By Kurt Kragthorpe Tribune Columnist Published Aug 13, 2012 02:30PM MDT The Jazz were feeling fairly good about their summer’s work and their hopes of moving up in the Western Conference
      Source: sltrib.com

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