Found October 07, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
PLAYERS: Jeremy Lin
TEAMS: Houston Rockets
With the Houston Rockets overseas to play in their next few preseason games, guard Jeremy Lin will get a chance to show off his ability in places like the Philippines and Taiwan. Check out the below tweet that Jeremy sent from the Manila airport which shows a rather large entourage of people ready to greet him straight from the plane: Whatup Philipines!! Thanks for the crazy airport welcome…checked out mall of asia and off to dinner! Suggestions? — Jeremy Lin (@JLin7) October 7, 2013

Dwight Howard rubs Jeremy Lin's ear (Video)

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard is already feeling comfortable enough around his new teammates to start joking around with them. To illustrate this point, Howard uses a slick move to wrap his arm around the back of Jeremy Lin's head and start rubbing his ear without being caught during Saturday's NBA preseason game against New Orleans. It's all fun and games...

Linsanity hits Manila in practice

Linsanity is gripping the Philippines. Jeremy Lin, the NBA's first American-born player of Taiwanese descent, stole the spotlight Tuesday as the Houston Rockets practiced for the first NBA preseason game in the basketball-obsessed country. Lin was mobbed by reporters and photographers on a Manila basketball court, a day after the Rockets and Indiana Pacers arrived in the capital...

Dwight Howard messes with Jeremy Lin by rubbing behind his ear

During his time in Orlando, Dwight Howard was known as a bit of a prankster and it looks like that has transferred to his time with the Houston Rockets. Check out D-12 using some stealthy rubbing action on Jeremy Lin’s ear without his knowledge during Saturday’s Pelicans game: *** Dwight Howard image courtesy of Getty Images

Team Preview: Houston Rockets

Follow me on twitter @a_santiago1517 Team Preview: Houston Rockets Tenth on the list is the Houston Rockets. The Rockets had a remarkable offseason, as they were able to reel in the most enticing name on the free agent market, Dwight Howard. However, Howard wasn’t the only player that the Rockets were able to acquire. Let’s take a look at all the offseason moves made by the Rockets...

Grab-Ass And Ear Massages: Your 2013-14 Houston Rockets

Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has finally managed to construct a contender in the brutally tough Western Conference. Coincidentally, it appears he’s also constructed a roster of some of the NBA’s weirdest jokers and pranksters. If incidents such as these, along with other random acts of absurdity (like this and this) become the norm in Houston, the Rockets very...

Rockets fall in Howard's debut

Anthony Morrow scored 26 points and the New Orleans Pelicans beat Houston 116-115 on Saturday night in Dwight Howard's exhibition debut for the Rockets. Howard had 19 points and nine rebounds in his first game since signing a four-year, $88 million deal with the Rockets in the offseason. Howard was 6 of 11 from the field and 7 of 11 from the free-throw line in 27 minutes. He...

Dwight Howard Doing the Cha Cha Slide in Philippines (Video)

Dwight Howard loves to have a good time. I still think the #1 reason he didn’t get along with Kobe and want to stay in LA is because he wanted to do stuff like this and have his team this it was cool. At heart, he just wants to be a big kid. Hit your two step young Dwight. Just don’t be surprised when the Houston media calls your antics clownish when you don’t deliver a title...

Dwight Howard hopes to follow LeBron's path to redemption

Dwight Howard has followed LeBron James into the NBA, into infamy, and now, he hopes, to redemption. The media and fans skewered Howard for his two year odyssey through free agency, making him persona non grata in the NBA world. Reclaiming his reputation as one of the NBA's funny guys, jokesters and light hearted players will be a long journey. Eventually, winning cures all...

Highlights From Dwight Howard’s Debut With The Rockets

The big fella looked solid on the offensive side of the ball. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Slim Thug Recruiting Johnny Manziel For the Texans

Unfortunately, unlike Dwight Howard who could be wooed with strippers and lower child support payments, it is the Texans who will make the final call on who will be their QB of the future. He gets an A for effort though. We need u kid @JManziel2 u will be treated like a king here — IG:HOGGLIFE101 (@slimthugga) October 7, 2013

TLN NBA Draft – Round 7 Recap

The seventh round of the TLN Draft is complete! Stay tuned for Round 8, which is already in progress. (For results of previous rounds: Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, Round 4, Round 5, Round 6). Houston Rockets –  Chandler Parsons On a team stacked with top-tier talent, it is easy to forget that it is the role-players that bring ...The post TLN NBA Draft – Round 7 Recap appeared...

Patrick Beverley Abuses Jrue Holiday With 4 Steals In 5 Minutes (Video)

 Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley is annoying, pesky, and quickly gaining the reputation as one of the best on the ball defenders in the game. Beverley showed that much when he hounded and stole the ball from Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday four times in a five minute period. Oh and this was all in the fourth quarter of a preseason game.

NBA center Dwight Howard says he is not stupid as he responds to NBA great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

When Dwight Howard was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, former NBA center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar stepped in to help Dwight Howard in the post.  This relationship was expected to be […]
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