Found July 24, 2012 on
In Houston, there is running water, electricity and even wireless Internet. In Cleveland, there are television sets with remote controls, so Cavs fans can change the channel whenever LeBron James and the Miami Heat are playing on ESPN. In Orlando, there are two Apple Store locations where Magic fans can wonder what sort of witchcraft is at play in the new iPad. If all this seems absurdly obvious to you, it apparently is not so obvious to a number of prominent NBA stars. Judging by recent reports concerning Dwight Howard, Andrew Bynum and others, any place other than New York...
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Dwight Howard reportedly met with an Orlando Magic executive and reiterated his stance that he wants to be traded.
We all want the Dwight Howard related insanity to be over. We’re sick of reading about it and writing about it.
Orlando Magic Rob Hennigan has once again failed in his quest to talk Howard into remaining on board as a happy camper.
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Dwight Howard has rumored in so many deals that I lost count of them. These have been going on since last season’s NBA trade deadline. So as right now Howard is still a member of the Orlando Magic and according to a new report is might stay that way.
Chris Broussard from ESPN was told the Magic may not trade Howard after all.
The Orlando Magic have told rival executives...
Orlando has told other executives that they will only trade Dwight Howard in a deal that is great for the franchise.
TSHQ Earth-Shattering Groundbreaking Story: Dwight Howard and Magic GM Rob Hennigan met in LA tonight apparently to discuss something. The question is, what did they discuss? Lucky for you, we here at TSHQ are privy to information regarding happenings around the league (because we run ****), and have the inside scoop on what exactly transpired behind closed doors. The following...
Just about everyone has expressed their exasperation over the Dwight Howard situation by now. The sports world is tired of hearing this story and everyone -- from players to fans to management -- want it over. Blame ESPN and the 24-hour news cycle, if you would like, for part of the over-coverage of this story with its reporting of "imminent deals" and backroom conversations...
By this time in July, NBA fans have typically already seen the biggest moves go down. The NBA's schedule makers are busy piecing together each team's 82-game schedule and talking with the TV networks about the games they want. That whole process and the next stage of the NBA's summer (perhaps the first stage, the one thing that should have been done back in December if...
The Rockets have been at the front of the offseason. Whether it was getting involved in Dwight Howard rumors or going after and signing Jeremy Lin, you cannot fault Daryl Morey for going out there and being active. Houston has been a middle of the Western Conference team for the better part of a decade. Always good enough to compete for a Playoff spot, never quite good enough to...
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