Reported first by USA Today, Dwight Howard has decided to join the Houston Rockets. But no one has been able to prove it yet.
Dwight Howard will join Houston Rockets http://t.co/dFnzo6dZs4
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) July 5, 2013
Dwight Howard’s agent Paul Fegan told Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski that it’s not so cut and dry just yet.
Dwight Howard’s agent, Dan Fegan tells Y! Sports: “Dwight has not finalized his decision.” — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 5, 2013
Even though multiple sources confirmed to Yahoo Sports, USA Today (who first reported it), and other news agencies, Fegan outlines that the habitually decisive Howard is not oficially a Rocket in his mind.
Fegan to Yahoo! Sports: “He hopes to finalize his decision tonight or tomorrow morning.”
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 5, 2013
Howard signing and officially announcing are expected to be formalities only at this point. Who will it look worse for if he doesn;t though. Dwight Howard’s indecisive nature, or USA Today who broke the story first?
Howard making up his mind is one step, but the Rockets and Dwight Howard’s representation still have to work out the terms of the deal. Currently the two sides are discussing a free agent deal, not a sign and trade with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Despite not breaking the story, Deadspin announces the un-clear events of the afternoon most clearly
To many Americans the most offensive event in recent memory for sports fans is Lebron’s “The Decision.” A 1-hour program chronicling Dwight Howard’s indecision would be at least equally offensive.
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