Im not to worried about what Dwight Howard does in free agency, because I cant see it having too much effect on us. If he leaves, Orlando becomes a hell hole and NJ eats up a lot of cap space on two players. If he stays, they're a slightly more competitive hell hole filled with a lot of mediocre players (only because they have a lot of bad contracts locked up long term). However, I saw this article and it pretty much sums up the financial hit DH12 would take if he leaves and it also shows some of the new rules such as the "Carmelo Rule" take effect. Anyone who is interested in seeing some of the new rules from the CBA or is interested in the DH12 situation, give this article a read. I doubt he walks away from that much. Otis might as well call his bluff, and let him suffer.