It appears that Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard may finally be getting his ticket to the Brooklyn Nets after all.
The soap opera that Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has made of his playing career continued over the weekend when he once again requested a trade from the Magic.
The blood-letting in Orlando has officially begun for the Magic. The team announced Monday that it had fired head coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith agreed to leave the franchise.
The Miami Heat will enter the NBA Playoffs hoping to finish off the journey they began when the Big Three joined forces in South Florida. The Heat announced Wednesday that tickets to the opening round of the playoffs will go on sale Saturday.
The Miami Heat have locked up the number two seed at least in the Eastern Conference. The team Miami might most like to see in the first round is the other Florida team, the Orlando Magic after reports revealed Dwight Howard will not play again this season.
The Miami Heat have clinched the Southeast Division and have just about sewn up the number two seed in the Eastern Conference barring a complete collapse by either the number one seeded Chicago Bulls or by the Heat.
The Orlando Magic is looking to take the mantle of most dysfunctional NBA team to an entirely new level.
After a day that saw the Dwight Howard saga turned ugly for the Orlando Magic; Howard pivoted early Thursday morning and told the team that he would stay with the team through next season.
The Orlando Magic still can’t figure out what to do with All-Star center Dwight Howard, who must think the team is either really stupid, or not committed to winning.
Dwight Howard had 24 points and 25 rebounds, Jameer Nelson scored 25 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter and overtime, and the Orlando Magic came back to beat the Miami Heat 104-98 Tuesday night.