In an interview with Esquire magazine, Howard said: ""There's more you can do in a bigger place. I'm stuck in a tough position because I feel like right now, where I'm at, I've done so much. And I just don't know what else I can do. I can't live for everybody else," Howard told the magazine. "I don't know what decision I'm gonna make as of right now. ... Everybody wants me to come here, come play here, come to our team, do this. It's a great feeling, though, to be wanted, " Howard told Esquire. " This sounds like he is good as gone. No doubt about it, Howard will not consider coming to Portland or 90% of the other NBA cities. He will want to join up with a collection of superstars to make another mega-star team. Most likely destinations are NY or LA. This is the EXACT reason this CBA must do something to discourage this kind of thing from happening. How many times can the Lakers get a superstar big man from another team, before we all just throw our hands up quit watching. Off the top of my head the superstar big men, in their prime, the Lakers have poached from other teams are Kareem, Shaq, and Gasol. 2 of those 3 were arguable the best big men of their generation and the Lakers took them from other teams. This type of stuff has to stop.