Dwight Howard Trade Held Up Because Kris Humphries Wants Multi-Year Deal, According To Report

The Dwight Howard trade has now reached the level of being a kidney stone. Each grueling minute is more painful than the last, and you just want it to be over. A new "stone" has appeared in the rumored multi-team trade, involving Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries.

Humphries is well within his right to ask for a multi-year deal to be a part of this trade and shouldn't just be expected to be content to play on a one-year contract. Humphries averaged a double-double last season with the Nets, but he's being tossed aside in an effort to make this possible trade go down.

In all likelihood, a deal will get worked out if the trade is to commence, but the process continues to drag.

You can track all the Dwight Howard trade drama by visiting this StoryStream. For more on the Nets, Magic, and Cavaliers, check out NetsDaily, Orlando Pinstriped Post, and Fear The Sword respectively. The latest updates on all NBA news and rumors are at SB Nation's dedicated NBA hub.

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