dwight howard trade
I think I have a very good trade that will benefit both the Nets and the Magic..
The Magic will get one of the best players they can get and Dwight's successor in Lopez. Also will get a very good backup and expriring contract in Humphries. Then will get the 10 million expiring contract of Okur and Stevenson's 2.5 Million expiring contract. They could have the option to bring Humpries back or let all three walk at the end of the season and free up a little over 20 million in cap room.
The Nets obvisouly will recieve the best player in the deal in Howard and hopefully will be able to re-sign both him and Deron Williams this off-season. Richardson could continue to do what he does and hit three's when Dwight is double teamed or when the deffense collapes while Williams is driving. Add all of these players and most likely a top 8 pick in this years top heavy draft, maybe get a Jeremy Lamb, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist or Brad Beal and I believe you have a contender in the Eastern Confrence for years to come.
Thoughts and Comments??
Not horrible I've seen worse Howard trade ideas but I feel like the Magic are looking for more return for Howard. If they do trade howard they need to be looking for younger talent to build around not 3 vets and Lopez.
Yeah I understand that I just don't see a team giving up too much more for Howard knowing they can take their chances and wait to get him in free agency. Especially a team like the Net's knowing that Howard has intrest in playing there.
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