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Dwight Howard reportedly unhappy with Houston Rockets teammate James Harden

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The Houston Rockets haven’t started this season nearly so well as they might have expected, and there are problems brewing behind the scenes. Reports detail how Dwight Howard is less than happy at having to play second-fiddle to James Harden in Houston, with NBA writer Chris Sheridan speculating that the Rockets could look to move Howard on. Miami are mentioned as a potential trade franchise - in that instance it’s center Hassan Whiteside who would move the other way. More on that, if and when it develops, let us know what you think in the comments box provided. Meanwhile in the NFL, the New England Patriots are going to have to cope with the absence of starting running back LeGarrette Blount for the rest of the season. Latest rumours suggest he’s sustained a hip injury that means he won’t feature again this term. The Pats will now have to rely on Brandon Bolden and James White.

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