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Sport Lakers GM: ‘Extenuating circumstances’ surrounding Dwight Howard

05:06  01 july  2020
05:06  01 july  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

NBA: Lakers still hope for Howard - J.R. signing officially

 NBA: Lakers still hope for Howard - J.R. signing officially The Los Angeles Lakers have decided against signing a substitute for Center Dwight Howard. Instead, the team hopes that the 34-year-old decides to take part in the restart at Disney World Resort. © Provided by SPOX Dwight Howard served as the backup center for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. Head Coach Frank Vogel said on Wednesday. "We were in constant contact with Dwight, with support calls and text messages," Vogel said in a conference call.

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Lakers center Dwight Howard finished with 16 pts, 10 reb and 4 blk in win over the Charlotte Hornets. Subscribe for the latest Lakers ' content

The Los Angeles Lakers are set to begin their training camp on Wednesday as they prepare for July’s restarted season in Orlando, Fla. They have signed J.R. Smith to take the place of Avery Bradley, and the team is unsure whether Dwight Howard will be joining them to compete at Disney World. They recognize Howard is dealing with some tough factors.

Dwight Howard standing in front of a crowd: There is uncertainty regarding Howard's availability for Orlando. © Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports There is uncertainty regarding Howard's availability for Orlando.

“We are going to continue to work through those extenuating circumstances with Dwight, support him, support his 6-year-old son and hope for the best that he would be a part of our roster in Orlando,” Lakers GM and VP Rob Pelinka told reporters on Tuesday, via the Los Angeles Times.

Lakers not planning to give Anthony Davis more time at center in Orlando

  Lakers not planning to give Anthony Davis more time at center in Orlando Playing Anthony Davis at the 5 has unlocked a lot of lineup versatility for the Los Angeles Lakers, but head coach Frank Vogel still does not want to do it any more than he has to. © Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports AD will not be seeing any additional minutes at the 5 in Orlando. Speaking with reporters on Thursday, Vogel said that he is hoping not to play Davis at center any more than the team was doing previously, per Harrison Faigen of SB Nation.

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For the LA Lakers and Dwight Howard to reconnect, the word interesting is probably an “ Dwight Howard has been on four different teams in the last four years. The Lakers are in need of Pelicans have chased Howard before, and with uncertainty surrounding the future of Cousins, Howard could

The mother of one of Howard’s children died in March due to epilepsy, which shook the Lakers center. He has also been weighing social issues and to what extent playing might detract from his ability to make change.

A previous report said the Lakers believed the 34-year-old would participate in the restart, but the matter is still uncertain.

Howard is averaging 7.5 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in 19.2 minutes per game this season and sharing time with Javale McGee at center for the Lakers.

See the amazing highlight reel of Makur Maker, the top recruit headed to Howard .
6-foot-11 big man Makur Maker, ranked 16 among all college basketball prospects in his class by ESPN, is turning down offers to go to college basketball blueblood programs like Kentucky and UCLA to attend Howard University. Maker announced his decision on Twitter, and became the highest-ranked recruit to choose a historically black college or university (HBCU) in the modern era. © Provided by For The Win ESPN reported in April that the 19-year-old, who was born in Kenya and grew up in Australia before coming to the U.S., was entering the 2020 NBA Draft.

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