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Houston area rapper Slim Thug reeeeeally wants Dwight Howard to sign with the Rockets this offseason. How do we know this? Well, the rapper has been heavily recruiting the NBA big man by enticing him with hoes, strippers, low child support payments, alcohol, shopping malls, and bad b**ches on Twitter.
Like a boss.
I guess now the tough decision is whether D12 wants all that or free chicken fingers for life.
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BEST OF MAXIM
Here’s Dwight Howard last night hanging with his girl, wearing what might be the funniest tshirt he could find. That’s clearly some kind of joke. But hey, chicks like a good sense of humor, so looks like he’s on the right track. You go, Dwight! Do your thing!
(props to Terez for the find)
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It appears that the Golden State Warriors are serious about their level of interest in Dwight Howard. What once was a rumor with no substance has gained some momentum into a consideration that, to a large degree, makes sense.
The free agency period kicked off around the NBA as of Midnight Eastern Monday morning and Howard has already caught the eye of a reported five teams. The...
Dwight Howard and John Wall recently got interviewed by Yi Jianlian who is a former NBA player, and they held the whole interview in Chinese. Not bad work by J Wall and Dwight to stick with it Good game, good effort.
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Dwight Howard is now getting the Lebron James treatment. Every team that thinks that they have a legit shot at getting Dwight Howard to come play for them, is setting up a big elaborate pitch to convince him to come play for their organization. The two front runners in the Dwight Howard sweepstakes are the Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks. But if Dwight Howard ever wants...
With the free agency period commencing at 12:01 a.m. Monday, the Dwight Howard sweepstakes has officially begun. The Los Angeles Lakers wasted no time in their attempts to convince the free-agent center to re-sign, having actor and longtime Lakers season-ticket holder Jack Nicholson reach out to Howard to stay put in L.A. Nicholson spoke with Howard on the phone about remaining a...
With Dwightmare 2.0 in full force and the world literally getting up to the second updates on twitter from some random 16 year old Californian dude out-sourcing WOJ by shadowing Dwight’s every move, I thought it prudent to sort through which destinations are actually in play as the end of this circus draws nearer. As a ardent Dwight in LA supporter I obviously want him to re...
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Kobe Bryant has developed a reputation for telling you exactly what’s on his mind. Bryant was a member of the group who went to sit down with NBA free agent Dwight Howard to convince him to stay with the Lakers. Per “Yahoo Sports,” Kobe’s message was direct, Let me show you how to be a winner.
“You need to learn how it’s done first, and I can teach you here,” Bryant...
For anyone that has followed regional sports networks these days, you may already know that they are always looking for original programming and if Dwight Howard re-signs with the Lake Show, he will be getting his own show on the Time Warner Cable Sports Network in LA.
ESPN Los Angeles Arash Markazi confirmed these rumors on his Twitter account:
There had already been preliminary...
Josh Smith is not only the Rockets backup plan should Dwight Howard decide to sign with another team. Houston is reportedly interested in making a big splash by pairing the two childhood friends up and signing both this off-season.
In his meeting with the Rockets, Howard is said to have inquired about adding a third star, according to the Houston Chronicle. If Smith and Howard...