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Dwight Howard is averaging 16.2 points and 11.9 rebounds this season, but his free throw shooting remains well below 50 percent.

Dwight Howard: “My Team In Orlando Was Full Of People Nobody Wanted”

In a recent interview with CBS Los Angeles’ Kristine Leahy, Dwight Howard talks about going from a leader in Orlando on a team consisting of “people nobody wanted” to a Lakers team that belongs to a superstar named Kobe Bryant. The Lakers will head to Orlando next week (Mar. 12), where Dwight Howard will face his former squad for the first time. “I always tell people, like...

Dwight Howard: I led a team in Orlando that was full of players nobody wanted

Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard was once one of the most beloved players in the NBA, but somewhere along the line he became a phony. Or, should we say, that became the public perception of Superman. Howard has battled critics all season long in LA. Most of them are the same critics who have been riding him since he was a member of an Orlando Magic team that was heading in...

Dwight Howard Trolls Fan Who Instigated Him On Twitter (Photo)

Lakers center Dwight Howard is struggling through one of the roughest seasons he’s had since entering the NBA.  A warning to fans who feel like taking shots at the big man when he’s down, don’t get upset if he returns the favor. Per Word On The Game, Howard was on Twitter earlier and was simply being his positive self when he tweeted out this quote. Today’s a new day. Don’t...

Dwight Howard Appears to Be a Much Better Free Throw Shooter in Practice (Photo)

Over his last three games, Dwight Howard is 4-for-20 from the free throw line, continuing his career-long struggles from the charity stripe. On the year, the Lakers center is shooting a dismal 48 percent. Behind closed doors, however, Howard appears to be a much different free throw shooter. Beto Duran of ESPN Radio snapped a photo Monday inside the Lakers’ locker room of a board...

Dwight Howard says he played with nobodys in Orlando

Dwight Howard left a bad taste in many Orlando Magic fan’s mouths. In a recent interview with Kristine Leahy of CBS/KCAL 9, Dwight has assured that time won’t diminish the bitter taste left for Magic fans to consume with these comments about his former team: “I always tell people, like hey, my team in Orlando was a team full of people who nobody wanted, and I was the leader...

Dwight Howard: “My team in Orlando was a team full of people that nobody wanted.”

There is no way escaping the fact that Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard is easily the most unlikable player in the NBA. He really has zero redeeming qualities that we can point out in an effort to even play devil’s advocate. Even his most recent interview he managed to give a quote to show just how insufferable he is. We all know that Dwight wanted out of Orlando. Well,...

Dwight Howard Trolls fan on Twitter (Photo)

You have to be careful when you tweet celebrities. Especially when you tweet them slander. They might just respond.

Kobe says he would have smacked Serge Ibaka for low blow.

Kobe Bryant has never been one to shy away from a conflict. The Los Angeles Lakers star offered a very vocal opinion as to what he would have done had Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka punched him in his very special place. Please click here to read this story. The post Kobe Bryant says he would have smacked Serge Ibaka for low blow. appeared first on Players View.

Josh Smith says Dwight Howard is too loyal to leave Lakers

Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith has known Dwight Howard since they were kids and played on the same AAU team. On Sunday Smith weighed on on the center’s future before the Hawks and Los Angeles Lakers tangled at Staples Center. He claimed Howard was simply too loyal to leave the Lakers this summer as a free agent. I’ll go ahead and give you a minute to stop laughing as you think...

Ricky Rubio Takes Kobe and Dwight Howard to School

There had to be a reason that the Minnesota Timberwolves were willing to wait so long for this young man to be done playing ball overseas (pesky contracts). Rubio made getting past the Black Mamba look like child's play, and as for Dwight Howard--the words 'too' and 'easy' come to mind. Of course in the broad scheme of things it was only one basket;...

Los Angeles Lakers: LA Now At .500. Next Stop Playoffs?

  The Los Angeles Lakers may not be a team of destiny, or champions, or even a playoff team, but do not tell that to them, as they are on a torrid run. Apparently oblivious to the outside world, the Lakers have finally started playing the way they should have all year. They are now at .500, 30-30 and only 2.5 games back of the Houston Rockets for the final playoff spot. Here is...

Metta World Peace Defends His Play, Says He’s ‘Playing Hard,’ Not Dirty

Metta World Peace is no stranger to flagrant fouls, but he wants to make it clear that the one he received on Feb. 25 — and all others he’s received in the past — is just an example of the Lakers forward being aggressive, not dirty. That line may be blurred, but MWP crosses it pretty often as shown by his track record. His latest defense of his own play comes after he elbowed...
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