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Yes, it's all rumor and speculation...but it's fun!

Report -- Dwight Howard of Orlando Magic adds Los Angeles Clippers to trade wish list - ESPN Chicago
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has added the surging Los Angeles Clippers to his trade wish list, according to a report on

Report: The Clippers are now on Dwight Howard's wish list -
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard, a five-time NBA All-Star, reportedly has added another team to his very short list of franchises for which he would like to play. Hat tip to citizen Gordonforpresident who posted the original link from (find it here : )

Clippers now intrigue Dwight Howard? – Orlando Magic BasketBlog – Orlando Sentinel
LOL...then they got a dead line on the other end...

Howard Whines Then Helps Beat The Knicks - 104.5 THE TEAM - ESPN RADIO
You gotta love Dwight Howard. He plays hard every game, is a very productive player, rips players who are malcontents, then does most of his talking on the

Dwight Howard: Patrick Ewing advises Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard: 'The grass is always greener' -
Patrick Ewing advises Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard: 'The grass is always greener'

Clippers' Vinny Del Negro says push of Darius Morris not malicious -
Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro said he is aware that Lakers Coach Mike Brown wants the NBA to review power forward Blake Griffin's two-handed shove of Lakers guard Darius Morris late in the first quarter of Saturday night's game.

Caron Butler picked Clippers because didn't want to wait for Dwight Howard with NJ Nets - NY Daily News
Characterizing it as both a sign of change in L.A. and uncertainty in New Jersey, Caron Butler said Sunday he was "very close" to signing with the Nets in December before joining the Clippers on a 3-year, $24 million deal. Props to citizen bigOlbad for the link in the gamethread.

Chris Paul, Clippers prove they're more than just 'Lob City' - Lee Jenkins -
LOS ANGELES -- One month has passed since the Clippers acquired Chris Paul from New Orleans, players rejoiced in the parking lot, and Blake Griffin blurted "Lob City!" into an expectant microphone. Unlike all the contrived nicknames in sports, Lob City was organic, the invention of an excited superstar and not an antiseptic marketing firm. The Clippers were initially amused by the cottage industry of T-shirts and signs that popped up, but they have now transcended the moniker that Griffin gave them. They roll their eyes at the implication they only throw ally oops.