For the last few years now, Dwight Howard's long-term future in Orlando has been cloudy to say the least. This season, however, his intentions seem more clear as many expect the all-NBA talent to bolt O-Town.
Howard's reason for leaving the city that drafted him first overall is the aging, weak supporting cast around him. Whether you believe this gripe or not, as there are rumors that Howard is interested in finding a larger city to become more marketable, Howard's time in Orlando is in some serious question.
So who will acquire the perennial All-Star if he leaves Orlando?
Well, the teams on Dwight's preferred destination list (the Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Mavericks and New Jersey Nets) undoubtedly have the best chance to snag the league's best center. However, there are a number of teams who have expressed interest in Howard, despite no assurance he will sign long-term with him.
In fact, the teams with the best trading assets are the squads that want to "rent" the big man for one year. So without further ado, here are the teams that have expressed or should express interest in Howard.