Andrew Bynum is used to trade rumors by now.
Whether it was Carmelo Anthony last year, or Kevin Garnett a few years back. It seems ever since Bynum has been picked 10th overall by the Lakers, he has been rumored to be traded.
As we all know, Bynum is now rumored to be a piece the Lakers use to acquire, All-Star center, Dwight Howard from the Magic.
According to HoopsWorld.com’s Yannis Koutroupis, a source close to Bynum is predicting the 24 year old center ends up in Orlando:
A source close to Los Angeles Lakers Center Andrew Bynum has been predicting that he would end up being traded to Orlando Magic for months
now and reiterated that sentiment to HOOPSWORLD today. The belief is based off the assumption that the Magic are eventually going to be willing to trade All-Star center Dwight Howard.
For the first time in three summers, Bynum was healthy and spent the prolonged offseason preparing himself for what should be the best year of his career. The source classified Bynum as “indifferent” to all the trade talk and willing to play wherever. This is the third time he’s been rumored to be the centerpiece of a package for an All-Star, previously being involved in discussions for Kevin Garnett and Jason Kidd.
Nothing can happen until December 9th, which is rapidly approaching. A week from today to be exact.