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Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard says he's sorry Orlando Magic fans for the way he handled everything when he was with the organization. "In Orlando, I handled a lot of stuff the wrong way," Howard said in an exclusive interview
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After scoring back-to-back clutch 3s in the final minute of regulation to force overtime, Kobe finished the Raptors off with a go-ahead dunk with under 30 seconds to go willing the Lakers to victory. Dwight Howard has an idea to celebrate a performance like that in Friday’s win over the Raptors.
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Said Howard: “I think Kobe, after a game like...
Since the All-Star break, the Lakers are 7-2. A resurgent Dwight Howard has been a major part of the Lakers' run.
Something clicked for Howard in Houston during All-Star weekend.
"I stayed in the hotel and just thought about the first half of the season and what I could do better. How I could be better for our team." said the Lakers center. "I just told myself...
Kobe Bryant himself couldn’t even explain his performance on Friday night against the Toronto Raptors. Once again the Lakers played from behind, following their stunning comeback against the Hornets on Wednesday. The Lakers were down 11 points in the fourth quarter. Kobe hit three consecutive 3-pointers in the final minute of regulation to send the game into overtime.
Kobe Bryant rises for a dunk to seal the Lakers’ victory over the Toronto Raptors Friday. (Via)
If you couldn’t tell, Kobe Bryant’s amazing offense is an ongoing trend in Laker games. Friday’s 118-116 overtime victory over the Toronto Raptors on the Lakers’ home court in Staples Center was certainly no exception.
Despite the Raptor’s poor record and the fact that they...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Dwight Howard scored a season-high 39 points, had 16 rebounds and was sent to the free throw line 39 times by his former team as the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Orlando Magic, 106-97 on Tuesday night.
The victory came in Howard's first return to Orlando since his drama-filled offseason trade to the Lakers. He endured a chorus of boos throughout, and tied...
Dwight Howard was swarmed by media at Tuesday’s shootaround in Orlando prior to his first game back since being sent to Los Angeles in a blockbuster trade. The 8-year Magic center says there is no nervousness or anxiousness about returning to play in the Amway Center, “..I’m just ready to go play. We need another win.” He does, however, hope his and the teams accomplishments...
I would hope that Dwight Howard is starting to figure things out, but because he talks so much and contradict himself so often, you have to wonder.
Dwight spoke to the media again and said that it took him half the season, but he understands now what Kobe was saying about keeping the clown act in Orlando.
“It’s going to make me a better man and a better player from watching Kobe...
The Los Angeles Lakers have one mission, as of late, and that is to make the playoffs; they’ve been doing a pretty fine job since All-Star break as they’ve went 7-2. The Lakers played the Toronto Raptors Friday night, and the way they played defense most of the night, it looked as if the Raptors [...]The post Kobe Bryant’s Three HUGE Three-Pointers; Dunk Over Toronto Raptors...
Ok, forget asking for a moment why the Lakers get themselves into situations like this... and ask: has Kobe Bryant ever been any better?
Much has been made of Dwight Howard’s return to Orlando, the place he made his home in the NBA prior to being dealt to the Los Angeles Lakers. The return is tonight, and the Orlando fans have been making their emotions knows, with plenty of booing aimed at their former franchise center.
Many of the Orlando faithful hate the way that Howard handled his situation with the Magic,...
After scoring 11 points grabbing 7 rebounds and dishing out 8 assist against the Orlando Magic Kobe Bryant spoke to the media about Dwight’s return to Orlando, the “Hack-a Dwight” strategy, and keeping a rhythm as a team.
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The number 12 is no longer sacred in Orlando.
The man who used to wear it, Los Angeles Lakers' center Dwight Howard, also once shouldered the Magic's hopes of attaining an elusive first NBA championship.
But after eight years of chasing it, and taking Orlando through one of the most turbulent seasons in its history last year, the man who called himself Superman is now the...
Surprisingly, there may not be a person more supportive of Dwight Howard this year than his former coach Stan Van Gundy.
As Dwight Howard prepares to return to Orlando for the first time since his trade in August and his unofficial departure in April following the whole Stan Van Gundy press conference where Van Gundy aired dirty laundry and so on and so forth. We know that story...
Russell Westbrook has become a fashion world darling in addition to being an NBA All-Star. The latest magazine to have Russ grace it’s cover is Complex. Russell becomes the third NBA player to play cover boy following in the footsteps of Kobe Bryant and Allen Iverson. Check out a few photos of the self proclaimed fashion king from the spread and head over to Complex to read the entire piece.
With Easter Sunday right around the corner Nike has unveiled a collection paying homage to the holiday. The collection features the signature models of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant. Presented [...]