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Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 at 9:00 am  |  6 responses

Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic GM Deny Interest in Joining Clippers


According to Otis Smith and his superstar center, despite published reports stating otherwise, the Los Angeles Clippers are not part of the Dwight Howard Sweepstakes. Reports the Orlando Sentinel: “Dwight Howard dismissed a report that he has placed the Los Angeles Clippers onto his list of preferred destinations. After the Orlando Magic defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 96-89 Tuesday night, Howard was asked whether he now has interest in joining the Clippers. Howard said no. The website SheridanHoops, citing an unnamed source, has reported that Howard has expanded his list of preferred destinations to include the Clippers. Magic General Manager Otis Smith said Howard’s camp has not informed him that the superstar center has expanded his list of preferred destinations beyond the Dallas Mavericks, the Los Angeles Lakers and the New Jersey Nets. Smith also said the Magic also have not granted permission to Howard’s agent to speak with any teams in addition to the Mavericks, Lakers and Nets.”

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  • Ends

    Don’t beleive everything you read

  • Ends

    Plus ESPN analyst have been really sloppy lately. There becoming just as bad/annoying as Peter Vescey used to be. There the reason these things get blown into space. Let em play the game and if he gets traded, he gets traded. Who cares if you knew first.

    Middle School ish, SMH

  • OTB

    Honestly, the only guys I trust with rumours are Woj/Spears and Marc Stein. The rest will make sh**t up for hits.

  • golakeshow

    Yes!! lakers lakers lakers lakers lakers lakers lakers lakers lakers

  • http://www.raga.com ragamuffin

    Dwight Howard’s body language is so unsubtle: Get me the hell off this team. Anytime a teammate missed a shot he’d have a mild hissy fit. What a whiney self-entitled prima donna this guy is becoming.

  • Carl McSinister

    Whatever happened to “loyal to the end” he came through the Magic team to become what he is today even though we just refined his raw talent. He has to give his all while he is still with the Magic, we don’t want another Shaq.

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