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The news of this NBA off season has no doubt been the trade of Dwight Howard to the Lakers. Howard, who was recovering from back surgery, played his first preseason for the Lakers over the weekend against the Kings.
In that game Kings rookie, Thomas Robinson welcomed Howard back to action. Off a Kings three pointer missed shot Robinson took the rebound and threw down a one handed dunk over Howard. Robinson, was the 5th overall pick in last year draft.
The Kings could have a very strong front line with Robinson and DeMarcus Cousins.
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