StayDwight campaign takes center stage in Orlando
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Visitors are welcomed to the Magic's kingdom by a five-story mural of Dwight Howard as they drive down Interstate 4 past the Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic.
During this All-Star Weekend, there's a jovial atmosphere in the city but, simultaneously, a somber "going-away party" feel. With the NBA trade deadline looming and Howard asking to be dealt, this could be his last hurrah in Orlando.
Not if Ryan Totka, an eight-year Magic season-ticket ...
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