No, not the one behind Taco Bell in Midland, the Brooklyn Nets. The details seem to be in the works for Dwight Howard to land in Flatbush with Brook Lopez heading to Orlando and Kris Humphries landing in about the least-Kardasianesque town in the league-Cleveland (Utah and Milwaukee would be close runners up for that honor).
A minor irony in this is that Cleveland is helping to create a rival for Miami after getting jilted by LeBron two summers ago. It appears that the Nets are overpaying some, especially if they don't get him signed to a long-term deal. If not, they just wasted three number ones on a rent-a-center deal.
That being said, players of Howard's caliber are few and far between and mortgaging your draft future as much as the Stepien Rule (Cleveland's other gift to the NBA) will allow may well be worth it, especially if you can fill in the role-playing gaps with low-cost veterans rather than iffy players that a top-caliber team would be drafting with those (hopefully for the Nets) late-first-round picks.