LOS ANGELES (CBS Sports) It shouldn’t shock you that the Los Angeles Lakers got Dwight Howard. They’re the Lakers. They do that kind of thing.
So with Kobe Bryant telling Ken Berger of CBSSports.com that he’s very likely to retire in two seasons, you can be sure the Lakers already are mapping out a plan to replace their franchise player. You might think they already did that with Howard. But no. Again, this is the Lakers.
Which means it’s only natural that they might be targeting LeBron James in 2014.
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