Found December 12, 2011 on
Magic CEO Alex Martins says he met with center Dwight Howard and is still holding out hope that the franchise will be able keep him.
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While the Orlando Magic are keeping all of their options open, Dwight Howard is not.
There are only four teams that Howard would sign a long-term contract with, according to a source close to the situation -- the Magic, New Jersey Nets, Dallas Mavericks or Los Angeles Lakers.
That severely limits the trade possibilities for Orlando, which has said it will not rule out trading...
It happened, the world knew, but Dwight Howard finally started to stand up for himself and demanded a trade. This could be bad or good, but it finally lumps the center in as another highly self-indulgent superstar who is not trying to portray himself as one of the good guys with a nice Christian wholesome image.
Yes, this means his ego is just like so many others, and while he won’t...
In the end, there will be no trade of Dwight Howard until the Orlando Magic are completely and utterly convinced that they cannot sign him to stay, and then that they got the best possible deal they could for him. Neither of those things are going to happen before Dec. 25. But should the Magic…
The Orlando Magic could pay a heavy price for the constant talk about Dwight Howard’s long-term future.
First of all, the Houston Rockets are getting their asses kicked in NBA Free Agency 2011. With the news that Nene has reached an agreement to re-up with the Denver Nuggets, Houston has officially had Pau Gasol, Marc Gasol and now Nene snaked from them in various ways. And now they’re screwed. Nene has been [...]
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Whether the Orlando Magic and Dwight Howard wind up parting ways remains to be seen, and Howard said Sunday that he is experiencing a new silence with Magic general manager Otis Smith.
The Bulls hope to discuss a trade for Magic center Dwight Howard.
The Magic told Dwight Howard that the team will not be pressured into trading him.