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“They know how I feel about the city. I’ve sat down with them on numerous occasions and talked about what we can do together, but I can’t do it all by myself,” Howard said about his teammates. “You know, I want them to help. I want them to be involved with changing Orlando. That’s always been my goal.”
Provisions in the league’s new collective bargaining agreement give the Magic the ability to offer Howard $30 million more than any other team if he becomes a free agent. Orlando can offer him a five-year contract extension with 7.5 percent annual raises, while other teams are tapped out at offering a four-year pact with only 4.5 percent raises.
“They took a chance on me at 18. And what did I do? I gave them everything I had for eight years,” Howard said. “Take a chance again. I go out every night and play hard. If I didn’t want to win, I would have dogged it. But that’s not who I am. And look where we are. We’re in a great position.”
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