There is no better situation for Dwight Howard than Chicago

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    Not to mention no team will offer a better trade than Chicago. Exam the teams:

    Chicago Bulls: Offer Noah, Deng and Brewer for Howard and Turk. Howard gets to play the prime of his career with the best PG in the NBA and next to a solid big man next to him. Not to mention the Bulls are set to sign Caron Bulter.

    NJ: First, Lopez isn't worth a Noah and the Nets have no one else to offer. Second, with Williams already saying he is leaving, Howard would go to a rebuilding situation. Not what he wants.

    NY: First, they don't have the assets to make a trade. Nothing else matter after that.

    LAL: Gasol and Odom are on the wrong side of 30. While both are better than Deng and Noah, they are both older and not players to build around at there age. Noah and Deng are more trade attractive to Orlando. Second, Kobe he 10 fold better than Rose will ever be, but he is 33. Howard won't get to play with Kobe for too long. Playing along side a young Rose should look more attractive to him.


    In the end, the best situation is Chicago:
    (1) Chicago can make the best deal to Orlando in Deng and Noah.
    (2) Howard gets the best running mate in Rose that he could get anywhere and both are young and in there prime. They will be competing for championships for the next decade.
    (3) Big Market in Chicago, means more money and more endorsements.
    (4) One of the top cities in the world and the best fans in basketball
    (5) With Howard they are a TOP Contender for years to come

    PG: Rose/Whoever
    SG: Richardson (Bulls will sign JR or Bulter)/Korver/Bogan
    SF: Turk./Korver
    PF: Bozer/Gibson
    C: Howard/Asik

    That team would be a powerhouse.
     
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    Why give up anything if you're Chicago? Obama could just send the military into Orlando to transport Howard to Chicago and if anyone in Orlando has a problem with it they can be detained at Gitmo.
     
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    But other than an Obama intervention, Howard ain't going to Chicago. The guy wants to be in LA and the Lakers can offer a pretty compelling package (Bynum + Odom) PLUS take Hedo's bloated contract off Orlando's books.
     
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    If Howard wants to win than yes Chicago is probably the best bet but its looking like he will be with the Lakers. Has Chicago even made an offer for him yet?
     
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    First the NBA dropped the hammer on the CP3 trade and now it looks like the Lakers might miss out on Howard as well lol

    more: Dwight Howard to ask Orlando Magic for trade to New Jersey Nets, sources say - ESPN
     

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