Dwight's just not that attractive.
Like last year, this NBA season's narrative has been where are the free agents going. Last season Lebron, this year it's Carmelo Anthony. Well the move has been made, Melo's in New York. But it hasn't stopped there, teams have begun to shuffle a list of stars. Under the radar, arguably the best point guard in basketball has just been moved to New Jersey. Deron Williams, told Utah he didn't plan on resigning with them and Utah opted to trade him now, instead of waiting for next years inevitable depature. In the beginning of the season, the powers of the east were thought to be Boston, Miami, and Orlando and exactly in that order. Then the Magic made an early season trade they felt would place them in serious conference contention. They may have solved a few problems offensively but they created major issues defensively and inconsistent low post (other than Dwight) scoring. Orlando fans are in an uproar calling for elite players around the league, but everyone is ignoring the elephant in the room. NOBODY WANTS TO PLAY WITH DWIGHT.Carmelo never mentioned it, Chris Paul wants to be in New York, and Lebron never said it was a possibility. Why wouldn't any stars want to be in Orlando with Dwight Howard? That's simple, Dwight's a dominate bi
g man who can't finish. When the Knicks went down the stretch in the playoff, they went to Patrick Ewing. The Houston Rockets went to Hakeem Olajuwon. The Lakers went to Shaq. Bigs need to finish games. Dwight Howard also can't create his own shot. The best Bigs in the league all can create their own shots. The Celtics exposed this defect in Howard's game when the defended him with one guy, even single defended by much shorter Glen Davis. Lastly, Dwight needs a signature move. Kareem had the "Sky Hook,"