Dwight Howard #12 of the Orlando Magic smiles during the game against the Miami Heat at Amway Center on March 13, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
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The Cavs could end up with Nets center Kris Humphries, Sundiata Gaines, a first round pick, $3 million, and Orlando's Quentin Richardson in the proposed three-team deal. The Cavs would be taking on salary and trading Luke Walton to the Orlando Magic.
The first round pick could give the Cavs as many as four first round selections next season. Orlando is looking to trade Howard because he is in his last year of his contract and they want to make sure that they can get something back for a player, who says the Brooklyn Nets are the only place he wants to play.
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