has requested a buyout of his $23.8 million expiring contract, and the Brooklyn Nets are trying to make it work.
"I want to be in a situation where I have an opportunity to help a team win," Howard said in a phone interview. "That's my only goal. All I need is a real chance and a clean slate where it's not people talking about my past."
"This year was an opportunity for me to show what type of player I am and where I can go. This season I made the most jumps shots that I've made my whole career. I've improved my pick-and-pops. My [isolation] numbers are very high. I'm in a position where I can still dominate on the post, but I can do more things now because I understand the game on a different level. Furthermore, I still want to continue developing and growing as a player."
"I want to give a team all of me on and off the court, and basically, an organization that will give me a clean slate and just let me be who I am. I still can jump, I still can play, I still can contribute and I can contribute in any system." - Dwight Howard
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