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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Otis Smith
For months the Orlando Magic have been trudging through the aftermath of a preseason trade request by Dwight Howard that sapped the life out of the franchise as internal team issues quickly affected the product on the floor.
The Magic fired coach Stan Van Gundy on Monday and agreed to part ways with general manager Otis Smith.
Dwight Howard's season is over. His chances to help Team USA win another Olympic gold are likely done, too.
Magic center Dwight Howard has finally put an end to the back-and-forth NBA roller-coaster ride that he had taken Orlando on for the past four months.
Magic fans will get a glimpse of the present and a possible future Friday when Orlando hosts the Los Angeles Lakers.
It's another week before the Orlando Magic officially open regular-season play.
Magic center Dwight Howard says he is looking forward to being on the basketball court in front of fans this weekend for the first time since making his trade request when the team holds an open scrimmage at Orlando's Amway Center.
Magic general manager Otis Smith said Wednesday the team's goal remains to keep Dwight Howard in a Magic uniform as long as they possibly can and that the trade talks "could go to the end of the season."
Magic CEO Alex Martins says he met with center Dwight Howard and is still holding out hope that the franchise will be able keep him.
Magic center Dwight Howard says he hasn't spoken with general manager Otis Smith since telling the executive that he wants to be traded.
When Magic star Dwight Howard signed a contract extension in 2007, he joked that he and Mickey Mouse would be in Orlando forever.
Dwight Howard wants out of Orlando, putting one of the NBA's most dominant big men on the block at the start of training camp.
The Orlando Magic used the second round of the NBA Draft Thursday night to acquire forward Justin Harper from Richmond and guard DeAndre Liggins from Kentucky.
So much for another tweak.
Gilbert Arenas was so eager to leave Washington he didn't even pack his bags.
Smith said he never offered Barnes a deal and all but ruled out the small forward returning next season.