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Screen capping is becoming a danger zone for unsuspecting professional athletes. First we had Amar’e Stoudemire calling a fan a derrogatory slur in a Twitter direct message that the fan revealed to the masses. Now we have a similar case, with Magic fan Markee Randolph (@MagicMarkee) ”leaking” a rant Dwight Howard sent him going off on the [...]
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Oh, Dwight. Dwight Dwight Dwight. When are you ever gonna learn to just keep your mouth shut? Earlier today, Dwight Howard took to twitter to vent about how the Magic have treated him. He didn’t tweet these thoughts to the general public, but rather via Direct Message, a private messaging feature. I guess Dwight’s thinking [...]
The Lakers and Magic have rekindled talks that would send center Dwight Howard to Los Angeles, Yahoo Sports reports. Howard, in the final year of his contract, hasn't committed to signing a long-term deal with the Lakers, which general manager Mitch Kupchak would consider a non-starter in a proposed deal that could involve Lakers' center Andrew Bynum. Yahoo reported the...
This isn’t a news breaking story — well, kinda — but in light of Dwight Howard, reportedly, saying he will sit out of all of next season if he is not traded, I thought these DM’s a Orlando fan going by the handle @MagicMarkee released interesting. These DM’s could be fake, but then again — similar [...]
Apparently, Dwight Howard is cool enough with one of his Twitter followers that he sent a series of direct messages to the guy via his account.
The information he shared offers us enough information to know that Howard is the misguided piece of work many have been thinking he is.
Catch the tweets after you advance the ball.
Who does this? Ok, more so, who STILL...
According to NBA sources, the Cleveland Cavaliers are once again thought to be involved in a potential Dwight Howard trade. This time, the Cavaliers would theoretically be landing Lakers big man Andrew Bynum.
According to ESPN.com’s Ric Bucher:
The Cavaliers would land Lakers center Andrew Bynum for a package of draft picks and veteran power forward Anderson Varejao, according...
Hall of Fame power forward Charles Barkley understandably told Philadelphia radio station 97.5 that he is “sick” of Dwight Howard being a ***** on Thursday. Howard, 26, who the Orlando Magic took out of Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy first overall … Continue reading →
Dwight Howard isn't doing helping to kill those "Dwight Howard to the Lakers" rumors now is he?The NBA All-Star and his girlfriend Christine Vest hit the Los Angeles Dodgers game Tuesday night and, apparently, were pretty well received by the Chavez Ravine faithful.On in other Dodgers-related basketball news...team owner Magic Johnson is still out yachting with Dave...
It started off pretty shaky at the Verizon Center last night as Team USA just couldn't get it together. The men's basketball squad was down by 10 at the end of the first quarter and it appeared as if the team just could not get in sync.
Injuries to Dwight Howard, Blake Griffin and Chris Bosh have left the team with some gaping holes in the big-man department, but if this...
While visions of Dwight Howard might be dancing in the heads of Hawks fans, the future of another free-agent-to-be is more central to the teams long-term success.
Hes one of their own -- Josh Smith.
Anyone who watched the Hawks last season knew it was a travesty that Smith did not earn a spot on the NBA All-Star team. He was the Hawks co-leader in points-per-game (18.8) and leader...
The Houston Rockets should never go anywhere and gamble… EVER. Recently the Rockets tried to out smart their fellow NBA teams by offering some sneaky contracts to players. Their thoughts were to try and lock up these individuals so that the franchises couldn’t be able to be major players in the 2013 free agency. This free agency will feature certain players like Chris Paul, Andrew...
Just a short time ago, the New York Knicks have reportedly declined their chance to match the Houston Rockets offer of 3 years, 25 million dollar deal for the Harvard grad. The Knicks decided to let Lin go and take their money somewhere else which shows that they believe the roster they have is good enough without him. As Lin rose to fame last season, his stock went up as teams...