The Lakers have pushed all their chips to the middle of the table, giving Kobe Bryant possibly the most help he’s had in his 16-year career. Longtime Pacific Division foe, Steve Nash, and the NBA’s most dominant big man, Dwight Howard, will join Bryant and Pau Gasol on one of the most star-studded rosters in recent league history. Howard will take the place of Andrew Bynum in the frontcourt, and Nash will shore up the point guard spot, which has traditionally been a position of weakness for the Lakers in Bryant’s tenure with the team. Nash signed a three-year contract, and the hope is that Howard will re-sign after the season. While Bryant and Nash will be around for several more years, this year is probably their best shot at winning a ring together, both are still performing as if they are near the peaks of their careers. The pieces seem to fit perfectly, with Howard able to protect the paint, Nash and Gasol partnering on what could be the most dev
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