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Friday, June 29, 2012

Dwight Howard Drama

Basketball is a big sport back home and I was a big fan of basketball when I was in college. The game just gets me off my chair especially with that "last 2 minutes", watching with friends makes the game even more exciting. I was a Magic fan during the Shaquille O'Neal era and though I like Michael Jordan, I still go for the Magic.

I live in Orlando so; I am loyal with Magic no matter what. I am not as excited to watch the game but, I do follow their big games once in a while. The team is bombarded with so many controversies but, fans stay loyal and they hope for the best.

I was watching the news when the so called "drama" of Dwight Howard hit the flash report. Come on now! What's with Dwight Howard? He does not want to stay in Orlando Magic, please let him go. The team suffered too much already so; they should trade him. I am tired to see his name as if the people are begging for him to stay. If he wanted to go to the Nets, then go. It may be complicated to leave because of his contract but, for crying out loud, Magic should let him go...NOW! Dwight Howard does not like Orlando Magic so; Orlando does not want him too. Period. Enough with this drama please!

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