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Everyone and their grandmother knows that Dwight Howard wants out of Orlando ASAP.
At first he was reporting that the only team he would be willing to sign with is the Brooklyn Nets, telling Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports,
"There's only one team on my list and if I don't get traded there, I'll play the season out and explore my free agency after that.”
After their recent re-signings of Brook Lopez and Kris Humphries though, a trade to the Nets doesn’t appear likely.
The next rumor, according to Marc Stein and Chad Ford of ESPN.com, was that the Houston Rockets were going to be the destination for Dwight Howard. The Rockets cleared out tons of cap space in order to afford Howard, but the two sides couldn’t come to an agreement.
The latest rumors have swirled around Howard going to the Los Angeles Lakers for Andrew Bynum. The two sides met on Tuesday, according to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, but an agreement can’t be reached until Howard says he will sign an extension with the Lakers.
All signs point to Dwight Howard getting traded any day now, but so far nothing is for sure.