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Chris Paul wanted to get traded and he did. Now Dwight Howard wants out of Orlando but so far that hasn’t happened yet. The Dwight Howard drama and trade rumors were a plenty before the season started. Now that the season has started those rumors still exist because Howard hasn’t withdrawn his request to get traded.
The Orlando Sentinel has the latest on the Howard situation.
“Nothing has changed,” Howard said before the Magic faced the Sacramento Kings at Power Balance Pavilion on Sunday.
Otis Smith confirmed Howard has not taken his trade request off the table and that Howard’s agent still has permission to speak with three, and only three, teams: the Dallas Mavericks, the Los Angeles Lakers and the New Jersey Nets.
“I think his leaving or going has nothing to do with Orlando,” Smith said of Howard. “I think he wants a bigger market. I can’t do anything about that.”
We all know Howard won’t be with the Orlando Magic this season. He is going to sign with a team in a bi...
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