Found December 14, 2011 on Yahoo! Sports:
PLAYERS: Dwight Howard
TEAMS: Orlando Magic
Magic general manager Otis Smith said Wednesday the team's goal remains to keep Dwight Howard in a Magic uniform as long as they possibly can and that the trade talks "could go to the end of the season." Smith would not say whether trade talks for the center are off, but did say there was no deal in place.

D'Alessandro: Dwight Howard trade saga has Nets caught in the middle of a circus

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Report: Portland emerges as third team in Howard to Nets

If a team were going to jump in as the facilitator in a Dwight Howard to the Nets trade, you would bet that team would be from the West. They would have motivation to keep Howard in the Eastern Conference and away from the Lakers (or Mavericks). Enter the Portland Trail Blazers. At least that…

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Lost amidst all the trade talk, conspiracies and player movement of the past few weeks, Shaquille O’Neal is still joining the best basketball show on television and is still going to make TNT’s “Inside the NBA” an even more entertaining program. Watching basketball on Thursday nights is great, but we all know how much better [...]

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First Cup: Friday

Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: Dwight Howard could not have been more clear Thursday about his long-term intentions. He is sticking by his request to be traded from the Orlando Magic. "It still stands," Howard said. Asked whether he fluctuates day to day, he answered, "There is no back-and-forth." Howard's statements, responses to specific questions...

Dwight Howard Wants To Stay in Orlando; Dwyane Wade Will Be Better Than Ever This Year

So what did Otis Smith say? Or what did he do? Something happened. Something weird, because just hours after Dwight Howard basically came out and said “Look man, trade me. I’m not feeling like we can work things out. You and I don’t have a good relationship” the big man is now saying he loves [...]

Report: Dwight Howard off market; Gerald Wallace trade talks dead

Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Orlando Magic have taken Dwight Howard off the market.

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Last season: 52-30, fourth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Lost a close first-round series to the Atlanta Hawks in six games. Head Coach: Stan Van Gundy, if he can manage to not go insane while continually asked about the Dwight Howard situation all season. Key Departures: None … yet. (OK, not entirely true.) Gilbert…

Magic Masters Quarterfinals: 1996 vs. 2008

Magic Masters is Orlando Magic Daily's attempt to recognize the best in Magic history. In this edition, we are trying to rank the best teams in Magic history. To see the full tournament bracket, visit the introduction page. Today, we continue the quarterfinals: The 1996 team has gone largely unappreciated in Magic lore. Like the 2010 team, the 1996 team might have...
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