Dwight Howard, starting center for the Orlando Magic, will be on the move in the next 12 months.
Whether it's via trade or free agency, the big man is going to garner a ton of attention. Teams like the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics have a great basketball tradition to pitch, while a team like the New Jersey Nets can offer him a boatload of money and the chance to star for the franchise as they move to Brooklyn, NY.
All of that is well and good, but what are the five destinations that give Howard the best chance at success?
Fans were angered last summer by LeBron James' decision to join forces with Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. They were angry for hundreds of different reasons.
While it's a great place to live, and a fun place to party, I think we can all agree the Heat don't exactly have the world's best fans.
This is not breaking news. It's been this way forever. I guess fans were just upset that the "best player" (debatable) didn't choose to play in a better basketball city like Chicago, New York or Los Angeles.
With that in mind, here are five places that would be the best fit for superstar Dwight Howard.