Dwight Howard will likely determine most of what happens with the entire NBA free-agent market this summer, and those in league circles have little clue which team he will choose.
Howard, who was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers before the start of this past season, is an unrestricted free agent, able to sign with any team.
The Lakers have the ability to sign him to the largest contract, but few believe Howards decision will come down to that alone.
His next deal will keep him with a team for a fairly long time, barring some sort of trade, an Eastern Conference executive told FOX Sports Ohio. So hell probably weigh that more than just money.
Howards name has been linked to everyone from the Lakers to Dallas Mavericks to Houston Rockets to Golden State Warriors. Reports of a potential sign-and trade that would send Howard to the Los Angeles Clippers also surfaced earlier this week.
Teams with an abundance of space under the NBAs salary cap, such as the Cle...