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The Orlando Magic insist they’re in no rush to trade Dwight Howard anywhere, but a deal could be there for the taking now with the New Jersey Nets.
Magic center Dwight Howard says he is looking forward to being on the basketball court in front of fans this weekend for the first time since making his trade request when the team holds an open scrimmage at Orlando's Amway Center. The team is taking a day off from practice Friday, but is set to hold a live practice Saturday morning that is open to the public.
If this deal can’t be closed, Nets will catch some serious heat
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…
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 [...]
ORLANDO, Fla. - The ongoing saga about whether Magic center Dwight Howard's days in Orlando are numbered isn't...
Magic center Dwight Howard says he is looking forward to being on the basketball court in front of fans this weekend for the first time since making his trade request when the team holds an open scrimmage at Orlando's Amway Center.
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...
Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Orlando Magic have taken Dwight Howard off the market.
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…
I have been trying to keep up with all the rumors in the NBA especially with Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. It is making me laugh how it seems the NBA doesnt know its own product. You have the league running the Hornets asking for so much in return for Chris Paul that it could be impossible to trade him when atleast a couple of rumored deals seem more than enough for the guard. Now...