This newest report offers Los Angeles an even greater ray of hope as many believed the number one obstacle standing between Howard and L.A. was Bynum's unwillingness to commit long term with his new potential team.
On the other hand, the Lakers are more than confident Dwight Howard would re-sign long term should he not agree to a contract extension before the trade is consummated.
As tweeted by Bob Finnan, a Cavaliers beat writer for The News-Herald, trade talks between the Cavaliers and Lakers are still ongoing.
What team will Andrew Bynum be playing for by the start of the 2012-2013 NBA season?
Reports suggest Howard would land in Los Angeles, Bynum in Cleveland and the Magic would receive a handful of draft picks and veterans.
Also, Orlando Magic general manager, Rob Hennigan has demanded that any team involved should take an assortment of the Magic's bad contracts out of their hands.
The Lakers' have been reportedly open to taking on Jason Richardson's contract while the third team would become responsible for any combination of Hedo Turkoglu, Chris Duhon and Glen Davis.
Stay tuned folks, developments are rapidly forthcoming. Dwight Howard may be traded any moment now.