idk, I'm with notorious in that I just believe someone will dethrone them because history suggests and the fatigue was setting in late this season. It is exceptionally hard to go to four finals in a row and I really don't think you're even taking that into consideration.
Ok, where to start.
First of all, yes Calderon would have been a great fit in Houston. He handles the ball well and his defence would be less of a problem with Howard in the paint after he gets blown by. Calderon has never had Dwight behind him.
Nash and Kobe was the Lakers backcourt, Calderon/Harden are not any better on the defensive side of the ball. It would cause a lot of problems and I know that from experience, Dwight can't handle the whole defense by himself.
I'm not going to sit here and say Houston won't win a championship as that's just being ignorant. It could happen, they may not be the favourite but I don't think there's that many teams that are better. Let's see what else happens here as they have one more trade or signing to make. Maybe more.
I said they won't win with their current cast and without a playmaker. Unless they develop a system similar to the Spurs or the triangle they can not win without a playmaker imo as they would need one to setup and run the offense with Harden/Dwight.
As far as Dwight not wanting to win, I think he does. I don't think you can look at a pairing of Dwight and D-Will and say that Dwight wouldn't get giddy at the possibilities for that team. Anyone would have been giddy over this pairing 2 years ago, D-Will hasn't been as good recently but I think he has a bounce back year this year. Maybe not though. Brooklyn has ownership that CLEARLY wants to win as well. Dallas, idk. They won a championship without Dwight, they obviously would have been a lot better this year w/ Dwight but not a championship team. They have a GREAT owner though and a great tradition of winning at least recently so I don't see why I wouldn't be an appealing destination if you're looking to win.
I don't think he doesn't care about winning at all. All players, except maybe Bynum(LEL and a few other stat focused ones) care about winning to some degree. But he said ALL HE CARES ABOUT IS WINNING. That is absolutely and completely untrue in every way. Like I said, if that was the case there would have been better options for him to have forced a trade to than the lakers/dallas/bulls.