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Any team looking to get into the Dwight Howard sweepstakes will have to sign him on their own, because the Lakers will be unlikely to agree to a sign and trade of their All Star big man.
ESPN.com is reporting that the Lakers, who are aware that they could lose Howard to the Rockets, would rather save Howard’s cap space for 2014, the Summer of Lebron, than agree to a sign and trade with another team for Howard.
Yet the Lakers also, according to sources, have not completely ruled out the idea of a sign-and-trade if they come to find next month that Howard is determined to leave. Sources say they are indeed leaning against sign-and-trade scenarios because they’d rather bank the resultant cap space from Howard’s departure for the summer of 2014. But sources say they’ve adopted a keep-all-options-open approach. So they’ll at least listen to just about anything.
Rather than agree to sign and trade Dwight Howard to a team such as the Clippers, I’d rather see the Lakers save Howard’s cap sp...
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The Los Angeles Lakers would like to re-sign Dwight Howard and build their franchise around him. The team has made that abundantly clear since the end of the season, but Howard has made it equally clear that he would like to explore all of his options first. If LA is going to lose Howard in [...]
Check out the video. Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace told SportsRadio 610 in Houston that Dwight Howard isn’t going to the Houston Rockets — that’s because World Peace has quite a hold on his teammate. “You know how those horses have those little things, ties in a bullfight, you tie those things...and they go crazy? I’ve got two of those tied to Dwight Howard’s...
The Dwight Howard sweepstakes reached the apex of their annoyingness late last week.
This may prove untrue in a week, when intrepid journalists start rummaging through Dwight Howard's trash for clues as to his impending free-agency decision, but I'm going to go ahead and say it anyway. It might be a quiet kind of annoying, a subtle kind, but it's the worst.
Crazy Ron Ron is back, call him whatever you like.
Metta World Peace did an interview on SportsRadio 610 in Houston on Monday, and when the topic of Dwight Howard’s free agency came up things got quite interesting.
Metta replied with the following on Dwight possibly going to the Rockets:
“Well, he’s not going to Houston, I tell you that.”
“You know how those horses...
Metta World Peace, who used to be called Ron Artest, is quite a character to interact with. When he first went to the Lakers, he made an attempt to interact [...]
Dwight Howard and Chris Paul may be taking their talents to … well, that part hasn’t been decided yet.
But according to a report by ESPN’s Chris Broussard, the two superstars have been in “consistent contact” about the possibility of teaming up for the 2013-14 season.
“They would love to play together if somebody can make it happen,” a source close to the situation...
With NBA free agency set to kickoff July 1, the biggest names out there this offseason – Dwight Howard and Chris Paul – are crafting a plan of their own that would involve them playing together for a serious contender.
On Friday, ESPN.com’s Chris Broussard reported that Howard and Paul have been in contact with each other about possibly joining forces this offseason.
Just how effective could the pairing of Chris Paul and Dwight Howard be? Photo Credit: LA Times
A big story that has been going around the internet the last week has been about Chris Paul and Dwight Howard stating their desire to team up and play together next season. Both of their Los Angeles teams underperformed this past season and post season, which leads to the next question...
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After losing in the first and second round of the playoffs over the past two years. The Los Angeles Clippers are working harder than ever, for maybe the first time ever, in making sure that never happens again with this core group.
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