Andrew Bynum #17 of the Los Angeles Lakers talks with a referee at New Orleans Arena on April 9, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Multiple reports that the Cavs are involved in discussions with the LA Lakers and the Orlando Magic in a three way deal that would send Andrew Bynum to the Cavaliers and Dwight Howard to the LA Lakers.
The story started with Foxsportsohio.com's Sam Amico writing the Cavs are back in the trade talks with the Orlando Magic and LA Lakers in helping them with a trade partner to move Dwight Howard to the Lakers.
Yahoo sports Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Cavs are eager trade partners with the LA Lakers.
While all this is going on Ohio.com's Jason Lloyd writes the Cavs have not have contact with Bynum's agent about signing a long term deal. The Cavs would need to have Bynum locked in to a long term deal before coming to Cleveland.
The Cavs would need permission from the Lakers to talk to Bynum to see if he wants a long term deal with the Cavaliers.
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