In a way, it all seems to fit together perfectly. Dwight Howard runs his coach, Stan Van Gundy, out of town - despite the fact that Howard is the one who quit on the organization. The team traded a promising young player, Brandon Bass, for an inconsistent and undersized one, Glen Davis, because that's what Howard wanted. And they have surrounded Howard with streaky shooters who have nothing else to offer - Jason Richardson, Hedo Turkoglu, and Quentin Richardson. I'm a huge fan of his, but it's really not good when J.J. Redick is your most complete player.
If Dwight wants Shaq to be his General Manager, it only makes sense that this would work out. After all, he's destroyed the nucleus of the team, why not complete the puzzle and destroy the front office along with it. I wonder if Dwight wants the Magic to make another run at Billy Donovan as the Head Coach. What does Superman care? He's leaving after next year anyway. All this for a guy who can't shoot free throws and has no dominant low post move. It really is magical how he has so much control over this organization.