Dwight Howard has changed his mind, again. 

The Orlando Magic superstar agreed to the papers today to waive his early termination option, which leaves him with the team throughout the 2012-13 season now. Looks like Magic fans can catch a sigh of relief...for at least another year. 

"I'm glad this is finally over," Howard said at a press conference to announce the new pact with the Magic. "...It's not as easy as some people think. It's been very hard. We're talking a career-changing event. Most people don't see that.

"I'm very loyal and I've always put loyalty above anything."

This, however, could be an indication that the Magic are trying to make moves now today or in the off-season on trying to acquire players to build around the Magic center. Howard knows if he were to walk in free agency, things would not look good at all for his reputation, just like it did to LeBron James when he left Cleveland.

We'll see what happens. In my opinion, this is a good move by Howard. I think he should stay in Orlando as long as he can. It's good stay with a franchise that you have been with for your whole career.

Written by Josh Dhani, Founder

Josh has been writing since January 2009 and has founded the websites FootBasket, Hardcourt Mayhem, Gridiron Mayhem, and Staring Down Spike. For a full bio, check out JoshDhani.com. Follow him on Twitter @JoshDhani


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