While center Dwight Howard is the apparent superstar of the Orlando Magic, Magic Vice President and co-founder Pat Williams said that he would like to see both the star and head coach Stan Van Gundy stick with the organization for a long time.
Van Gundy and Howard have agreed to make peace for the remainder of the season after both spoke with general manager Otis Smith earlier in the week, after Van Gundy revealed that Howard wanted him fired.
"Finish well and then have a wonderful run in the playoffs-- that would probably cure most of the issues," Williams told the Associated Press before a scheduled speaking appearance at Michigan State.
"I think this shook them both up -- that's my opinion," Williams said about the incident last week. "I think they're going to be better for it."