The Magic will have to get something substantial to let go of Howard.
Something comparable to Andrew Bynum…not 56 year old Jason Kidd, with old ass Peja Stojakovich and garbage like Stevenson. LMAOOO c’mon man. You need to start googling more NBA GM philosophies to quote.
This is mad different then what you typed before.
LOOK EVERYONE IT IS ANALYSIS AND INSIGHT!
I can see Lamar and Bynum with a few extras for Howard
*Contemplates the front court*
Kobe, Howard and Gasol……
I guess the Heat going have to wait another year for those 7 rings
READ AND LEARN, WAY TO MUCH BS IN THE C-SECTION ANYWAY
The proposed agreement to raise the debt ceiling that President Obama and Congressional leaders announced last night not only fails to address the unemployment crisis in the United States, it will actually lead to job loss. In What’s missing from the debt ceiling debate? Jobs., EPI Research and Policy Director John Irons explains that the deal’s spending cuts and its failure to extend the payroll tax cut and emergency unemployment benefits would lead to 1.8 million fewer jobs in 2012, when the average unemployment rate is projected to be above 8 percent. The spending cuts proposed in the first round of the debt ceiling deal would lead to a 0.3% reduction in GDP and 323,000 fewer jobs in 2012. The payroll tax cut, a reduction of two percentage points in the payroll tax for all workers, is set to expire at the end of 2011. Not extending the tax cut will lower GDP by 0.8% over the course of 2012 and cost 972,000 jobs. The unemployment insurance benefits extension to workers who have been unemployed for up to 99 weeks is also set to expire at the end of 2011. Not continuing the extension would result in 0.4% lower GDP and 528,000 fewer jobs.