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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
In an interesting interview by Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, Kobe Bryant lets his stance known regarding Dwight Howard being a free agent once July 1st hits. The Black [...]
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Kobe Bryant has never apologized for being a sometimes difficult superstar, and the five-time NBA champion says he'd rather be remembered as a winner than as a good teammate.
Bryant made the statement in a Facebook post and explained his feelings to ESPNLA this week.
"When you win, you share it. Everybody is happy," Bryant said, then explained why being a good teammate...
It is no surprise that Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard isn’t the greatest free throw shooter (career lifetime free throw percentage is 57.7%) but I would expect that D-12 could beat a sports columnist’s daughter.
The below clip shows Kelly Nielson (who is the daughter of Los Angeles Times columnist T.J. Simers) facing off against Dwight in a ten-shot contest to determine...
We all know that Dwight Howard isn’t exactly the best free throw shooter out there – this past season he shot a pretty dismal 49.2 percent from the line.
With this is in mind, Los Angeles Times columnist T.J. Simers set up a free throw challenge between Howard and his daughter Kelzer Nielson, a middle-aged mother of three. Both Howard and Nielson were to shoot 10 free throws...
Sometimes the athlete lets the fan win at these competitions. It is all just good spirited fun, bust in this particular case Dwight Howard just lost to the lady, because he isn’t very good at shooting free throws.
Howard says he has seen a psychiatrist to help with his free throw woes, but it hasn’t helped much as you can see. The best part of the video is when the woman says...
Well, maybe. But it's quite a challenge to for the brick-tossing NBA superstar.
If there is one perfectly fair criticism of Dwight Howard's game that has not changed it is his free throw shooting.
Howard has never been a great free throw shooter, but his precipitous decline since shooting a career-best 67.1 percent his rookie year has simply been astonishing and confusing. You are supposed to get better at these things, particularly when you know it is...
The chances of Chris Paul and Dwight Howard joining forces to go to Atlanta are extremely low in general so regardless of the potential tampering penalties, it was kind of ridiculous to put this in a letter to the fans. Now the NBA is going to get involved. Per Blacksportsonine. According to the NBA’s collective [...]
If the Atlanta Hawks were hoping to make a big free-agent splash this offseason, this probably wasn’t the kind of start they had in mind.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a recent letter sent by the Hawks to prospective ticket buyers may have violated the NBA’s anti-tampering policy by mentioning Lakers center Dwight Howard and Clippers point guard Chris Paul...
Hawks president Bob Williams says a letter to potential ticket-buyers promoting Atlanta's chances of signing Chris Paul and Dwight Howard was an ''unfortunate'' mistake.
The sales letter, first reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and obtained by The Associated Press, says interest is ''skyrocketing'' as the Hawks' ''possibilities...
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Hawks may see a huge fine from the NBA for possible tampering. The NBA has an anti-tampering rule that teams must obey. Of [...]
The Atlanta Hawks may have committed a violation of the NBA's anti-tampering policy by mentioning Dwight Howard and Chris Paul in a letter sent to prospective ticket buyers.
The letter was sent from the marketing department:
“Hot New Player news: Chris Paul and Dwight Howard.” It began with the statement: “The buzz around our offseason is more than heating up. With massive...
Mark and McNeill chatted about the panic surrounding the Miami Heat, concern over Dwyane Wade, Masai Ujiri bolting Denver for Toronto, Grant Hill's retirement, Dwight Howard wanting to play for Houston and the coaching carrousel.
The NBA Finals 2013 campaign, “FOREVER is BIG,” celebrates contemporary NBA living legends. Players who are still playing the game, but because of last minute heroics in the Finals, their shadow lives on in pop-culture forever. The two spots feature Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki making an incredible signature fade away jump shot in Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals against...