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As the NBA lockout drags on, the number of charity games featuring NBA players keeps increasing. The latest big name to say he is planning a big charity game in an NBA city is Dwight Howard, who tweeted it out this weekend, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Promising festivities akin to “a Magic All-Star weekend,” Orlando…
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Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard will bring basketball excitement back to the city of Orlando, for a short time though, as he's planning a "Magic All-Star Weekend" coming up on November 11 - November 13.Orlando Sentinel is reporting that the SOON-TO-BE free agent will put together a series of events, including an exhibition game of sorts. The exhibition game would be...
Dwight Howard's foundation and the company that runs UCF Arena have reached an agreement to hold a basketball event on Nov. 13.
Promising festivities akin to “a Magic All-Star weekend,” Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard said over Twitter on Saturday that he’s putting together events for Nov. 11-13 that will include an exhibition game at UCF.
The New Zealand All Blacks finally snapped 24 years of bad luck by beating France 8-7, to become the reigning Rugby World Cup champions. Known for their intimidating Haka pre-game ritual, early this summer Dwight Howard got a chance to learn the dance with New Zealand men’s national rugby union under 20 team at the adidas EUROCAMP in Treviso, Italy.
If this lockout ever ends,...
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1) Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel writes the Magic need to play hard ball with Dwight Howard and ask him what his true intentions are sooner rather than later.
2) Dwight Howard tells his twitter followers to circle...
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