Originally Posted by I<3NBA
maybe it's been Dwight's mission all along to destroy the Lakers. he did warn the two teams (Orlando and Lakers) that he doesn't want to be traded to the Lakers.
he specifically said he only wanted Brooklyn.
maybe this is payback to their (Orlando) finals loss against the Lakers?
If true, then that's more childish than the whole "Dwightmare" antics last year combined. This should have been his easiest chance at a ring but choosing to sabotage it because he wanted to play with Deron, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Brook, Humphries, (not nearly as impressive of a core on paper) CJ Watson, Blatche, Marshon Brooks, old Jerry Stackhouse, and Keith Bogans rather than having KOBE BRYANT, STEVE NASH, Pau Gasol, MWP, and Jamison on the same team with him is mindboggling (also Avery wasn't much better than Brown or D'Antoni).
As for Dwight leading the Magic to the Finals, Hedo, Rashard Lewis, and even Rafer Alston had a lot to do with that and they got lucky by facing the Celtics without KG and the Cavs who they matched up very well against, as well as the 76ers in the first round. West>East.