Kobe Bryant does not want to take a pay cut to help the Lakers rebuild in 2014

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In the days since Dwight Howard spurned the Los Angeles Lakers to join the Houston Rockets, fans of the NBA’s most consistently successful franchise have looked toward next summer as the time for rebuilding and a return to championship contention. With big-name free agents like Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James available, the Lakers will presumably attempt to parlay their history and market into a star who can carry them into the next era.

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