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Dwight might want to invest in seeing a surgeon about a vasectomy. but let’s stick to the basketball side of things.
Howard believes the majority of his problems are mental. Doesn’t matter if it was his free throw shooting or handling the Lakers Fans.
“I have only one problem and it’s between my ears,” he said, while admitting he visited a Lakers’ psychiatrist. “I just think too much.”
“I can’t do it anymore,” he said. “I can’t please everybody.”
“When I came back from my shoulder injury, some didn’t think I was giving my all,” he said. “And nobody wanted to hear what I said about coming off back surgery. It wasn’t fair to me. I was on a walker and four months later playing basketball. I played hurt.”
These are all reasons why I think Dwight is going to leave LA and sign with another team. Lakers fans aren’t use to excuses, they are use to players competing at a high level, regardless of injuries.
Love him or hate him, they have seen Kobe Bryant give his all on the court and the clownish behavior of Dwight Howard doesn’t sit well with them.
If Dwight hasn’t learned by now how to handle criticism, he never well, so expect him to pack his bags.
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Dwight Howard's terrible free throw game was put to the test during a contest against an Arizona housewife. Here's video of Howard losing the free-throw shooting contest.
I don’t understand why God didn’t direct Howard to wear some condoms? Considering all the secret children he has (5 confirmed maybe a 6th on the way).
With that being said, here is what Dwight Howard to say about his impending free agency decision.
“It’s free agency and I have the opportunity to choose where I’m going to play,” he said. “God opens doors, and I’m relying...
Dwight Howard could be playing basketball in the Lone Star State in 2013-14.
The star center will visit the Rockets and Mavericks after NBA free agency starts on July 1, according to ESPN.com. Howard has been recruited by Houston guard James Harden since the Rockets’ season ended.
To free up some cap room for Howard, the Rockets plan to trade 2012 No. 5 overall pick Thomas Robinson...
It is not in Kobe Bryant’s nature to be a spectator. Therefore, it must be taxing for him to watch the 2012-13 NBA season play itself out without his participation.
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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...
In a recent offseason interview with the LA Times, Dwight Howard says he considers Mike D’Antoni “a great person” when asked his opinion on his coaching abilities.
According to the Los Angeles Times:
So what do you think of D’Antoni?
“I love him,” he said. “He’s a great person.”
Is he a great coach?
“He’s a great person and I’m glad we had the opportunity...
Dwight might try to play this off as he let her win, but we all know he just isn’t very good at shooting free throws. Also, some very quality trash talk from the housewife as well.
During the NBA Finals, Rey Moralde of The No Look Pass will be contributing to Project Spurs during the San Antonio Spurs' chase for title number five.
Dwight Howard went on vacation early as he and the Los Angeles Lakers got eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the playoffs in a clean sweep and it seems the pain of losing to San Antonio is still...
I don’t think there is anything Kobe can say at the moment that will affect Dwight Howard’s decision. To me it is a very simple decision for Howard.
If he is too afraid of the spotlight and being the face of a franchise like the Lakers, he will sign with the Rockets. But, Kobe for his part wants to have the final word before he makes a decision.
“For me, you kind of let him...
It goes without saying that the Atlanta Hawks would love to have free agents-to-be Dwight Howard and Chris Paul join them next season, the team's first under new head coach Mike Budenholzer.
Unfortunately, the Hawks reportedly went ahead and said it -- and now the team could be in trouble with the NBA for violating the league's anti-tampering policy as a result.
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 [...]
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 [...]
Well, that's another fine mess the marketing department may have made.
According to a report Tuesday afternoon in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Hawks sent a letter to possible season-ticket buyers that mentions the possibility of the team acquiring Dwight Howard and Chris Paul.
Problem is: It may have violated the NBA Anti-Tampering policy...
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...