Found July 23, 2012 on The Sports Fan Journal:
Interestingly enough, there are so many teams that covet the services of Dwight Howard since he is a rarity in the NBA right now. When you take a long, hard look around the league right now, there are only two legitimate big men in the league. Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum are the cream of [...]The post Put Out An APB: 5 Reasons The NBA Big Man Has Gone Missing appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.

Report: Magic might not trade Howard

The Orlando Magic reportedly are telling other teams that center Dwight Howard might not be moved after all.

Orlando Magic Rumors: Yet Another Dwight Howard Twist

When will it end? Another day and another Dwight Howard rumor. Sometimes you just can’t wait for things to finally happen and this is clearly one of those things. According to Chris Broussard of ESPN, the Orlando Magic might wait on trading Howard. “The Orlando Magic have told rival executives that they might not trade Dwight Howard after all, [...] [[ This is a content...

Dwight Howard might stay put after all

Dwight Howard has rumored in so many deals that I lost count of them. These have been going on since last season’s NBA trade deadline. So as right now Howard is still a member of the Orlando Magic and according to a new report is might stay that way. Chris Broussard from ESPN was told  the Magic may not trade Howard after all. The Orlando Magic have told rival executives...

2012 NBA Free Agency: Oklahoma City Thunder Waiting Patiently for Superman

  Dwight Howard has said no more times than a virgin on prom night and now no one wants him, or so it seems. The Oklahoma City Thunder are quietly keeping tabs on the most desired big man since Shaquille O’Neal and the longer it takes for Dwight to share his services with a new suitor, the more likely it becomes OKC will become the lucky gent. On January 28, 2012...

Did the NBA screw up the new collective bargaining agreement?

In discussing the possibility of a Dwight Howard deal and the rumors of Andrew Bynam going to Cleveland, Terry Pluto points out some strange new rules in the CBA that make a deal very unlikely. 1. There are at least 40 million reasons why Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum won’t sign contract extensions to help complete a trade. That’s right, 40 million, as in about $40 million...

Magic Willing To Wait On Dwight Howard Trade

Orlando has told other executives that they will only trade Dwight Howard in a deal that is great for the franchise.

Extension refusals lock up major moves

By this time in July, NBA fans have typically already seen the biggest moves go down. The NBA's schedule makers are busy piecing together each team's 82-game schedule and talking with the TV networks about the games they want. That whole process and the next stage of the NBA's summer (perhaps the first stage, the one thing that should have been done back in December if...

Cavs Won't Trade Unless Bynum Signs Extension

According to a report from Yahoo! Sports, the Cleveland Cavaliers will only participate as the third team in a deal that could send Dwight Howard to Los Angeles if Andrew Bynum signs a contract extension with the team. The Lakers want the framework of the three team deal agreed in principle before allowing the Cavaliers to speak to Andrew Bynum about his willingness to sign a contract...

Doc Rivers' Presence Primary Reason Boston Has Become Desirable Free-Agent Destination

Unthinkable though it may be to the diehards who have a closet full of green jerseys and strain their vocal chords cheering at Celtics games, Boston traditionally has not been the NBA's prominent destination for players. The Celtics never came up on Dwight Howard's wish list over the last two years of Howard's ESPN daytime television drama. Kevin Garnett, for all the...

Andrew Bynum, Cavs, and all those rumors

It’s about time for another Andrew Bynum to Cleveland rumor to heat up. Until Dwight Howard is officially traded to another team, the Cavaliers will likely be linked to such dealings because they are able to make it work. But only giving up Anderson Varejao and some draft picks for arguably the second best center in the League? Sounds a little too good to be true if you ask me...

Kobe plays GM, has Pau's back

When the Lakers traded for Steve Nash and as they continue to pursue Dwight Howard, much has been made of their salary cap situation and their lack of depth. Once the the Thunder eliminated the Lakers in the second round of the playoffs, rumors started flying immediately that the Lakers were going to trade Pau Gasol. Slowly the tide on those rumors turned a little bit when people...
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