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As the new general manager in 2008, Kiki Vandeweghe was ecstatic when the Nets drafted Brook Lopez at No. 10 — about as thrilled as he was on his first draft night in Denver in 2002 when he acquired Nene in a deal with the Knicks. And, Dwight Howard’s future...
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Dwight Howard is reportedly taking the Dwyane Wade approach with the Orlando Magic. If they spend money and bring in some names, Superman just might stay put.
From gang hideouts to tanning salons, Lakers fans are buzzing about reports that have their team pursuing both Dwight Howard and Chris Paul.
I'm here to assure Celtics fans that the likelihood of Mitch Kupchak pulling off two mega-deals is remote.
Except there's a massive gap between "want" and "possible." Put aside questions of how much all this...
Dwight Howard is going to stay with the Magic and Chris Paul is going to join him. Actually, the Lakers are going to pull off a trade centered around Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol that brings both Howard and Paul to L.A. Come to think of it, CP3 is gung ho to play for the [...]
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1) Since Otis Smith and the Magic have not been allowed to have contact with Dwight Howard, what he actually wants and where he stands with the Magic is a complete mystery, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.
ORLANDO, Fla. - Stan Van Gundy cannot say what the Magic must do with Dwight Howard, but Jeff Van Gundy can.