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The Nets keep embracing Yogi Berra's immortal phrase, "It's déjà vu all over again." For the second time in the last year, the Nets have declared that they're done chasing after disgruntled superstar Dwight Howard.
Nets GM Billy King said, "We are obviously thrilled that Deron will lead the Nets into our new home in Brooklyn.
Howard insists he never used the term "blackmail" to describe his dealings with the Orlando Magic.
We've been down this road before, but here we go again: according to ESPN, sometimes-disgruntled superstar Dwight Howard has demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets during a meeting with the Orlando Magic general manager.
The Knicks' woes have been overshadowed today by the Magic's: coach Stan Van Gundy confirmed to reporters that he knows perpetually smiling star Dwight Howard asked management to get rid of him. Watch video below.
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It figures: mere hours after reports that the Nets were in "serious talks" with Orlando to trade for Dwight Howard, Orlando has made it clear they aren't trading the face of their franchise (for now).
The Nets are reportedly in "serious talks" for a four-team trade that would bring superstar Dwight Howard to New Jersey (and Brooklyn). Maybe owner Mikhail Prokhorov sweetened the pot by offering someone a cabinet seat?
Poor poor Nets: even as Howard has given the Nets hope by listing them as one of the four teams he'll sign a contract extension with, he's reportedly leaning toward staying in Orlando.
"The NBA screwed Houston, screwed NO/Chris Paul, made a joke of governance, and mayyy have helped the Lakers get Dwight Howard." Are the Nets also screwed?
Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard reportedly wants to be traded to the Nets. And if it does happen, the city can look forward to a truly worthy and competitive inner-city rivalry next year.
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