Dwight Howard Wants To Be Traded To Brooklyn Nets, Rob Hennigan Confirms

Dwight Howard rumors are all the rage lately and obviously can't be swept under the rug. The Orlando Magic did a smart thing on Monday morning, then, when new general manager Rob Hennigan decided to hold a press conference to address some allegations (while also introducing the team's new draft picks).

Most importantly, Hennigan decided to talk about the allegations of blackmail as well as the rumor that Howard would only re-sign with the Brooklyn Nets -- regardless of where the Magic decide to trade him.

It was nice of the new general manager to discuss these things in public, but it's doubtful anything changes any time soon.

For more on the Nets, visit NetsDaily and SB Nation New York. For more on the Magic, visit Orlando Pinstriped Post.

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