Apparently the firing of head coach Stan Van Gundy wasn’t quite good enough for Dwight Howard.
The Orlando Magic have fired coach Stan Van Gundy after a rocky season.
Magic center Dwight Howard called team owner Rich DeVos during Friday’s games to say that he won’t play for coach Stan Van Gundy anymore.
Things got a little awkward in Orlando Thursday when Dwight Howard denied a report claiming he asked for Stan Van Gundy to be fired, even though his head coach had just confirmed it moments earlier.
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has signed papers agreeing to waive the early termination option in his contract and he will be with the Magic to begin the 2012-13 season.
According to a report, Howard met with his teammates and told them he intends to remain with the Magic through the 2012-13 season.
Unfortunately for the Magic, the only person seemingly in charge down in “the happiest place on Earth” is Dwight Howard
The Bulls would seemingly be a good fit for the 26-year-old center, but Howard has not put Chicago on the list of teams he’d like to play for.
Catch up with the latest news on the Bulls injuries, if tired legs played into their loss Thursday night and what some players are already looking forward to despite being months and months away.
The problem is the dichotomy between where Rose thinks the Bulls are, and where the team actually is.
According to one NBA expert, Bulls fans holding their breath for a Dwight Howard-to-Chicago trade should exhale.
One NBA analyst said Howard might not like playing in Tom Thibodeau’s system.
While it appears almost a foregone conclusion that the Bulls and Heat will rematch in the Eastern Conference Finals this year, one NBA expert doesn’t think the Heat are afraid of taking on the Bulls again.
The way the NBA is today, one dynamic player isn’t enough. That’s why the Bulls need to do whatever it takes to trade for Dwight Howard.
After reports surfaced that Magic center Dwight Howard would be open to playing along side Derrick Rose, the reigning MVP offered his thoughts on teaming up with Howard.
Dwight Howard previously left the Bulls off his list of teams he would like to join, but now the All-Star center isn’t ruling out a trade to Chicago.
Dwight Howard wants out of Orlando, but he’s made it clear he doesn’t want to play in Chicago — a decision that has raised serious questions within one NBA expert.
You know me well enough to understand that I’m not exactly the sentimental type, so indulge me while I take my turn in acknowledging the 20th anniversary of WSCR Radio, promising that I won’t pander. I’ll leave the obsequiousness to others.
With all the hoopla surrounding Chris Paul and Dwight Howard, I realized just how blessed the Chicago Bulls are to have a guy like Derrick Rose leading the franchise back to prominence.
Chicago Bulls general manager Gar Forman had little to say about Richard Hamilton and Dwight Howard.