Southeast Notes: Diaw, Wizards, Howard, Heat

Earlier today, we heard the Heat are shopping around for a big man. Let's check out a few more items out of the Southeast Division….

  • Bobcats officials say they won't make any pre-deadline deals that would compromise their rebuilding plans, says Richard Walker of the Gaston Gazette. However, Walker says it wouldn't be surprising to see the team move Boris Diaw, who has clashed with coach Paul Silas this season.
  • Former Wizard Antawn Jamison still keep tabs on his old club, as he tells Michael Lee of the Washington Post: "Oh, I watch them. Young talent. It’s just a notion of learning how to be professionals on and off the court, but you can’t question the talent that they have here at all."
  • If there's a chance of convincing Dwight Howard to stay in Orlando, Magic CEO Alex Martins is the man George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel trusts with the job.
  • The majority of Ira Winderman's Monday mailbag for the South Florida Sun Sentinel focuses on the Heat's need for frontcourt reinforcements.

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