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If the Nets and Magic agree to a Dwight Howard trade in the near-term, it will likely be a two-team trade.
BEST OF MAXIM
Strap in, NBA fans. If Wednesday was any indication, it is going to be a long, long, long, long offseason.
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The Nets are making progress with plans to get a third team to absorb salary in what would be a blockbuster trade that would send Dwight Howard to Brooklyn.
Proposed deal with Orlando would be finding a third team to take the Nets’ Kris Humphries in a sign-and-trade arrangement. Cleveland has emerged as a “possible destination” for Humphries in...
The Dwight Howard sweepstakes will not be ending anytime soon. Trade talks between the Orlando Magic and the Brooklyn Nets -- the only team to which he will agree on a long-term commitment -- broke down July 11 when the Nets signed current center Brook Lopez to a four-year, $60 million deal. Lopez, the key player in heated trade talks with the Magic, is untradeable now until...
Reports: Clippers involved in Dwight Howard trade talks.
The Magic have reopened Dwight Howard trade talks with teams beyond the Nets.
IF YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM
Dan Gilbert was the posterboy for a jilted owner when LeBron bolted Cleveland two summers ago. So why would he now contribute to helping Dwight Howard out of Orlando?
Mark and McNeill talked about Deron Williams signing with the Nets, where Dwight Howard might land, why Steve Nash shouldn't be blasted for landing with the Lakers, and a whole bunch of other news surrounding free agency and trades.
Jerry Stackhouse wouldnt mind having Dwight Howard as his new teammate. But if it doesnt happen, he still believes foes need to watch out for Brooklyn.
Stackhouse, 37, said by phone Wednesday he will sign a one-year deal with the Nets for the veterans minimum of 1.35 million. Soon hell find out if Howard, who could be traded from Orlando to Brooklyn, will be a teammate.