Found July 10, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
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The Lakers pulled off an extraordinary trade last week. Can they do it again this week? They found themselves back in negotiations Tuesday for Dwight Howard after a multi-team deal collapsed that would have sent the unhappy Orlando Magic center to the Brooklyn Nets. In a key development, the Lakers are slowly becoming more open to taking back a fairly bad contract, the one for Orlando swingman Jason Richardson, though they still might need to involve a third team to acquire Howard. "They're still trying," said a person familiar with the talks who was not publicly authorized to speak. Center Andrew Bynum, an All-Star for the first time last season, continues to be the crux of the Lakers' plan to land Howard, who has one more year and 19 million on his contract with Orlando. Multiple media reports indicated that the Houston Rockets were also engaged in talks with Orlando and could be part of a three-team trade that sent Bynum to the Rockets. Bynum, 24, has one m...
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