Dwight Howard heading to Colorado or Montana before making free-agent decision

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Dwight Howard has finished all his free-agent meetings, and now he will either head to Colorado or Montana before making a final decision.

Now that all of Dwight Howard's suitors have made their pitches, the big man is getting away for a few days to mull arguably the biggest decision of his life. Where is he going? CBS Sports' Ken Berger reports that Howard will either head to Aspen, Colorado or a remote ranch in Montana.

Howard wrapped up his free-agent meetings on Tuesday by speaking with a contingent from the Los Angeles Lakers. General manager Mitch Kupchak, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash, among other members of the organization, met with Howard to pitch him on staying in Los Angeles.

In addition to the Lakers, Howard met with the Dallas Mavericks, Atlanta Hawks, Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets, who are believed by many to be the frontrunner for the center's services.

The possible choices for Howard's free-agent "summit" are quite intriguing, especially the remote ranch in Montana. Aspen seems to be more Howard's style, as celebrities often flock to the resort town for the July 4 holiday weekend.

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