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Shaq Says it Would Be a Travesty if Dwight Howard Left the Magic

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
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I know what you are thinking, because it is the same thing I am thinking.

Here is what the Diesel had to say.

Shaquille O’Neal said Tuesday it would be a “travesty” if Dwight Howard leaves the Orlando Magic.

O’Neal also said Howard’s situation is not like his was when he left for the Lakers in 1996, because he said he wanted to stay with the Magic but had a better option.

“I think they have to be a little bit worried that he hasn’t committed to signing, so there may be an underlying problem of what’s really going on,” O’Neal said.

“I don’t know if he doesn’t like the organization, I don’t know if he wants to go to a bigger city where he can get more endorsement deals, he can do movies. No one really knows the problem.”

“I would be inclined towards playing it out and trying to keep Dwight, because it’s so hard to get equal value, and given that Dwight seems to say something new every week, I think there’s still a chance that they could re-sign him,” Kerr said. “I think you have to exhaust every opportunity or every possibility before you make a trade that you might later regret.”

Besides the “travesty” part, for once Shaq is making a lot of sense.

Even though I believe he has a grudge against Dwight.  I disagree with him about the Magic trying to ride it out because…….

DWIGHT GONE!!!!!

 

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  1. Destined says:

    If DH leave it better be for a better option. Because if he leaves Orlando to go to New Jersey……#boybye

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