Found June 08, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
PLAYERS: Dwight Howard
TEAMS: Orlando Magic
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“As Dwight Turns” rolls on with a new report from a new “source” stating that Dwight Howard loves Orlando and he’s not seeking a trade. A stark contrast from the old report from an old “source” who stated that Howard felt like the team treated him like a scrub by making him take AirTran flights and he wanted out. And since you know Dwight Howard obviously doesn’t know what he wants, take these details with a grain of salt. A source close to Orlando Magic All-Star Dwight Howard said Wednesday that he still loves Orlando and isn’t seeking a trade. In an interview with WESH 2 News sports anchor Larry Ridley, the source said Howard is bothered by the hit his image has taken since this season’s trade rumors and problems with Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy. The source said Howard is “hurt by all the negativity surrounding him (and) doesn’t understand why he’s blamed for everything that happens inside the (Magic) organization.” Again we ask: Please Orlando, just end this.
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