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Posted January 19, 2013 - 08:05 AM

Mitch will send him to Dallas, just like he sent Shaq to Dallas.

This Dwight Howard speculation is 99% media-driven, btw. It still hasn't gained steam like it did last year, even with the Lakers' struggles. Part of that is Dwight fatigue, but part of it is the reality that Dwight is really giving no indication that he's leaving. He has already said he knows what he's going to do. He has a right to change his mind, but all the incentives are to stay in LA.

The only way the Lakers get rid of him is if A) he demands it (and he won't), or B) they know that his back is going to make him continue to look like November-December Dwight for the rest of his career.

He's not leaving. Lakers won't trade him.

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Posted January 19, 2013 - 09:54 AM

D12 aint going nowhere
Never Wrong Always Right Like Freeway Exits!!

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Posted January 19, 2013 - 10:23 AM

the last point only pertains to laker fans doubt anyone besides us would be mad at him leaving. People already hate us and they would just say serves the lakers right for trying to buy a title.

In a way, yes. But when we practically trade Bynum for Dwight and we go from 41-25 (lockout shortened season) and third in the West to where we are now, you don't think that people will look at Dwight as if he's not worth it?

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