Trade talk: Howard wants Magic to get Nash, Rondo on the block


Dwight Howard has asked the Orlando Magic for a lot, hasn’t he? Over the past couple of years, Howard has asked management to try to acquire a handful of players, including Monta Ellis and Deron Williams. During the preseason, he asked for a trade. Then he asked that any trade be limited to a handful of teams – the New Jersey Nets, Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks — that his agent was given permission to talk to. Now, Howard apparently again is


Melo makes a point (one) as Knicks end slide


// Louis Amundson, Jeff Pendergraph, Gana Diop, Bismack Biyombo, Dexter Pittman, Ed Davis, Gary Forbes, Robin Lopez, Sam Young, Luke Babbitt. No, it’s not another edition of The Bernucca List, because we’re going to give you the answer right away. Of the 115 players who took the floor in Tuesday’s five NBA games, those were the 10 who did not score. Those were also the same 10 who Carmelo Anthony managed to outscore. That’s Carmelo Anthony, fourth in the NBA in scoring at


Dwight Howard still wants to be traded


In case you missed it over the weekend, Dwight Howard still wants to be traded, his agent still has permission to talk to only three teams — the Lakers, Nets and Mavericks — and his current team is still better than two-thirds of the NBA. Last night, despite one of the most unproductive games of Howard’s career (he had 0 points and 0 rebounds at halftime), the Magic won in Sacramento to improve to 6-3. The 104-97 victory came on the


Dwight Howard can bring some clarity today

Today is the day Superman can reveal his true intentions. At least that’s the way it should go sometime after 10 a.m. EST when Dwight Howard and Orlando Magic general manager Otis Smith are finally permitted to speak to each other for the first time since June 30. We are now nine days removed from the tentative settlement to end the NBA lockout, and we’ve already been treated to two different versions of the Chris Paul story — he has made it