Report: Cavs Won't Part with Waiters or Thompson in Dwight-Bynum Mega-Deal
Even though the Orlando superstar is now willing to sign a long-term deal with Los Angeles, a huge snag has emerged in the negotiations.
Apparently, the Cavs are on his short list of teams he would sign with if he is a free agent in 2013.
In a proposed deal, Bynum would go to Cleveland, Howard would head to LA and a bundle of picks and young players would head to Orlando.
The Magic would also shed many of their horrendous contracts in this proposed deal.
According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal,
The Cavaliers to this point have not seemed inclined to include any of their young players in any potential deals. That includes Dion Waiters, Tristan Thompson, Tyler Zeller and reigning Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving.
The question now is whether the Magic would be willing to deal Howard for merely Anderson Varejao and a few first-round picks when they could wait until January 15 and strike a deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
The Nets' package would include Brook Lopez and Kris Humphries for starters, while a majority of Orlando's horrendous contracts would also come off the books.
A deal with Brooklyn can only be reached then because Lopez and Humphries are only available to be traded at that point.
The question now is, where will the Magic go with this development? Will they have to settle on a worse package? Or will they send Howard to the Rockets or Nets?
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