The Dwight Howard saga is finally about to end, according to reports. A four-team deal involving the Nuggets and 76ers will send the disgruntled Magic center to the Lakers.
Any new offers for Dwight Howard likely won’t be good enough to get a deal done, or they would have come sooner. But some teams will always want to talk. Like the Mavericks.
Jim Rome, host of Rome on CBS Sports Network and The Jim Rome Show on the radio joined CBS Local Sports to give his take on the biggest topics in the major sports.
It’s over, Mavs fans. It was gone for good the moment Deron Williams decided to stay with the Brooklyn Nets. Did anyone really think we had a shot at signing Williams?
Now that Deron Williams is staying put in Brooklyn and the likelihood of Dwight Howard following is, well, “likely,” another target for the Dallas Mavericks include a blast-from-the-past –– veteran point guard Steve Nash.
Howard is still speaking out saying that he wants to leave the Magic and go elsewhere. But is a move to Dallas a possibility?
With the Metroplex dreaming of both Deron Wiilliams and Dwight Howard becoming Mavericks next year, Gavin proves that one major step has been taken to make that reality.
With the NBA trade deadline looming, the Dallas Mavericks would be wise to hold tight with the talent they have now and wait for free agency to make a big splash.
Story of the day in the NBA comes from D.C. where the Mavericks were welcomed by President Obama. After that comes the latest news on Dwight Howard.
Another day in the ever changing world of Dwight Howard trade rumors. Today the news is breaking great for anybody not named the Lakers and Nets who were both hoping to trade for the All […]
The worldwide leader in sexual harassment reported today (or more likely just stole from one of their competitors again) the Magic are not planning on trading him.
Magic spokesman Joel Glass says the team has granted New Jersey, Dallas and the L.A. Lakers permission to talk to Dwight Howard’s agent Dan Fegan to discuss possible trades.