The NBA's Newest Top Villain
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Dwight Howard finally gets his wish. The big man has whined his way from Orlando to Los Angeles in a four-team trade that is expected to be announced Friday afternoon. Obviously, this deal sets up a potential Lakers-Heat megapowers rivalry. I asked my Twitter followers last night, which team they'd root for if these two clubs met in the NBA Finals next season. I'd say 10 percent of the responders actually answered the question with the majority saying Miami. The rest of the folks who chimed in offered a variety of doomsday scenarios that didn't include either team winning.
More HowardVia Pregame.com, the Howard trade has moved the Lakers from +700 to +300 to win the NBA title next season. Here's how the rest of the top teams stack up:
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