Found September 16, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Dwight Howard, who was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers this summer, said he doesn't have any regrets about the series of events that occurred during the past year. "I think everything happened the way that it was meant to happen," Howard said in interview that aired Sunday on ESPN. "I really just wish some of the lies and some of the things being said didn't come out the way it did, you know. "But I have an opportunity to do something great here in L.A, and I can't look back and think about everything that's behind me." Howard was acquired by the Lakers in a four-team trade in July. The deal ended a soap opera that last nearly a year as he wavered in his commitment to the Magic. It also cost the job of Magic coach Stan Van Gundy, after Howard picked up his contract player option for the upcoming season. "... it was a tug of war between my feelings and the fans and everybody else and their feelings and what...
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