New Orlando Miracle GM Take advantage of Hennigan Continues Home Cleaning, Based On Report

No NBA team dealt with more controversy last season than the nike jersey. Between the constant media attention surrounding Dwight Howard and his refusal to either commit to the team or request a trade, as well as a slew of internal strife and untimely injuries, there was no ball club that faced more obstacles both on and off the court than Orlando.

The 2004 Pistons are the only championship team in the past 30 years that didn’t have at least one Hall of Famer at or near his prime. And that Detroit team still might if Chauncey Billups gets is inducted in Springfield one day. Besides Billups, the Pistons had Richard Hamilton, Ben Wallace and Rasheed Wallace, all of whom were All-Stars at some point. They also had All-Defensive NBA team player Tayshaun Prince.

The Lakers, Spurs, Bulls, Celtics, Rockets, Heat, etc., had at least one and often two or more Hall of Famers.

The cheap football jerseys have been shaking things up all summer, and it seems there are still a lot of shake ups left due to the Dwight Howard situation. Not much more will happen in the front office, though, as new general manager Rob Hennigan cleaned house on Sunday afternoon.