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Dwight Howard Wants Out of Orlando, Nets Need Him to Keep Deron Williams

In a shocking development, Dwight Howard changed his mind again. He wants out of Orlando. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the soon to be Brooklyn Nets need him, not Anthony Davis, to resign Deron Williams. “It’s Dwight Howard or Bust.”

Williams doesn’t want to stay with the Nets unless they become an instant Eastern Conference contender and wouldn’t accept waiting for Davis’ development. The Nets have a 7.5 percent chance of winning the lottery, and sources said the organization would be willing to part with Davis for the chance to pair Howard and Williams for the franchise’s move into a new Brooklyn arena next season.

The Nets have a 7.5 percent chance of landing the No. 1 overall pick. They may need that to keep Brook Lopez in a trade for Howard. If the Nets don’t land in the Top 3, they lose the pick to Portland.

Dwight Howard will smile and will attribute this to the media making up crazy things.

Do the Nets really need Dwight? It’s Brooklyn. Have a dank basement that serves discounted PBR. Include special parking for vintage Volvo station wagons and fixed gear bikes. Pipe in organic, rarefied air. You’re golden.

[Photo via Presswire]

Previously: Dwight Howard’s Summer of Fun is Rapidly Approaching
Previously: Dwight Howard is Willing to Sit Out and Collect Paychecks Until Stan Van Gundy is Fired
Previously: Dwight Howard Quits Against the Knicks, Keeps Trying to Get Stan Van Gundy Fired

 

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