The Best #LakerNation Reactions To The Dwight Howard Trade Brandon Caldwell August 10, 2012 Sports 1 Comment If you woke up this morning and your routine watching of Sportscenter made you drop your breakfast, don’t worry, this was our reaction to the Dwight Howard trade when it broke last night. Not only did Mitch Kupchak call the “Summer Of ’96” play from Jerry West’s GM playbook in landing Dwight Howard, he kept Pau Gasol. The Lakers are only giving up Andrew Bynum & what will amount to a late-draft pick. Of course the best place for instant reaction? Twitter. Here are the best tweets from Lakers fans & haters on the subject at hand. .@kobeasbane Now, Miami, you have my permission to die. — Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) August 10, 2012 In the Dwight Howard trade to Lakers, Orlando receives golf clubs, lawn chairs, and a Kobe poster. #NBA — InsideHoops.com (@InsideHoops) August 10, 2012 With this Dwight-to-Lakers trade going down, everyone make sure to mark your calendars: Dec. 15, ORL at CHA. — Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) August 10, 2012 “Out on bail, fresh outta jail, I’m California dreamin’. Soon as I step on the scene, I’m hearing hoochies screamin’.” – Mitch Kupchak — Got ‘Em Coach (@GotEm_Coach) August 10, 2012 Ed. Note: Metta deleted this tweet. The internet however #neverforgets. Lakers got Dwight Howard? Somewhere, David Stern is masturbating to the thought of a Lakers/Heat 2013 Finals. — Very Rude Tweets™ (@VeryRudeTweets) August 10, 2012 A lot of Cowboys fans are excited tonight about the Lakers getting Dwight Howard. — Rob Maher (@RobMaher) August 10, 2012 Ed. Note: See note about Metta’s tweet about Rose’s. Can I trademark the phrase Mitch-slapped? — Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) August 10, 2012 Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr One Response Thunder, Ibaka Agree On Four-Year, $40 Million Extension | Day & A Dream August 18, 2012 […] Unless Sam works some magic and Harden inks for less money to keep the OKC train out West running along, now that the Lakers have told the rest of the league “we’re not done yet” with the Dwight Howard trade. […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.