This is a story or an idea that will not seem to go away.
Like a jilted girlfriend, there are still some feelings. And the idea of a reunion just will not die.
So when Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel writes:
In other words, it's easy for the Magic to say they won't pursue Dwight now when they know they don't have a snowball's chance in Haiti of getting him. But what happens in four months if the Lakers don't make the playoffs and a miserable, melancholy Dwight calls Magic CEO Alex Martins and says, "I want to come home." Don't tell me the Magic wouldn't fall all over themselves doing everything possible preparing their little love nest for big daddy's return.
Seriously, if Dwight actually wanted to come back to Orlando – and that's a big "if" – and the Magic hierarchy refused to pursue him, then the entire front office should tested for PEDs (Performance Extracting Drugs). Surely Martins and general manage...