Dwight Howard demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets when he met with Magic GM Rob Hennigan on Friday night.
Dwight Howard has orchestrated the elimination of Stan Van Gundy and Otis Smith from his little dictatorship down in Orlando. It doesn’t matter what the rules in the CBA say; one truth will always hold in the NBA: The stars run the show.
It seems the Dwight Howard drama isn’t over in Orlando. You know what that means? Trade speculation involving the Brooklyn Nets is about to start all over again.
Howard said his trade request hasn’t been withdrawn, a day after Magic GM Otis Smith warned that trade discussions “could go to the end of the season.”
The Magic have informed teams that they’re ending trade talks for Dwight Howard and plan to start the season with the All-Star center on their roster, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Bad news, Nets fans. The relationship between Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic appears to be improving — at least a bit.
NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — Whether the Orlando Magic and Dwight Howard wind up parting ways remains to be seen, and Howard said Sunday that he is experiencing a new silence with Magic general manager Otis […]
It seems the big man himself has a preference. And yes, according to one report, he’s preparing to ask for a trade to the Nets.