Dwight Howard Trade: Lakers, Magic Schedule Call With League Office, According To Report

With news breaking earlier that the Orlando Magic are in trade talks for a four-way deal that would send Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers, Marc Stein of ESPN reports that the teams are to the point of scheduling a call with the league office.

Stein also reports that in the projected deal, his sources tell him that Orlando would come away with getting Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, Nikola Vucevic and one future first-round pick from the Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, and Denver Nuggets. Stein also mentions that other names could emerge, such as Moe Harkless also ending in Orlando.

Meanwhile, Jason Richardson and Andrew Bynum would head to the Sixers, Andre Iguodala would go to Denver, and Dwight Howard would end up in L.A.

For more on the Orlando Magic and the Dwight Howard drama, head over to Orlando Pinstriped Post. Still not enough basketball coverage for you? Make sure to check out theSB Nation NBA Hub Page for all the latest news from all 30 teams.

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