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NBA Trade Rumors: Winners and Losers If Dwight Howard Isn't Traded

Dwight Howard will not be traded at or before the NBA trading deadline on March 15. At least, that is what many analysts believe will happen and, in all likelihood, probably will. Should the reigning three-time Defensive Player of the Year stay entrenched in Orlando for the rest of the season, a number of teams will benefit and a few others will suffer. Let’s take a look at what happens if the Magic center stays put.
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