The Orlando Magic have been trying to find a suitable trading partner for the center Dwight Howard. New general manager Rob Hannigan is trying to find a partner that will offer a suitable return for unloading the All-Star center, but the team has run into snags in reported trade attempts, which often occurs when multiple teams are involved.
On Wednesday afternoon, Hennigan held a press conference at the Amway Center and talked a little bit about the Howard situation.
"We haven't ruled out everything. we continue to be process driven." Hennigan said at the press conference. "We're going to stay committed to that philosophy. I don't think we can put any concrete parameters around everything. I don't think that makes a whole lot of sense."
Despite previous reports, Hennigan denied that the team has told Dwight Howard that trade talks have ended until a new coach has been hired. Hennigan also didn't rule out the possibility that Howard would remain with the Magic.
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