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That NBA Lottery Pick:
There are few feelings worse than getting left hanging on a fist bump and Los Angeles Lakers public address announcer Lawrence Tanter felt that sting back on Wednesday night.Tanter was attempting to get a high-five from newly-acquired center Dwight Howard but was left standing at the alter:
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Dwight Howard now admits that the trade mess he put the NBA and its fans through in the last few years was like going through hell.
But he still appears to be missing the point: It was hell for everyone else, Dwight, and no one really cares if it bothered you.
Howard, who has been busy expressing how happy he is to be with the Lakers after spending a couple of...
So Dwight Howard thinks he got robbed with the Defensive Player of The Year votes.
Shortchanged on the votes? Maybe.
Settle down youngster, Chandler deserved that one.
“I thought I should have won it last year, to be honest with you…I was a little bit upset about that….I felt like I did my job to win it. I also feel like I didn’t because of the whole situation...
BECOMING A HABIT
Tweet Last Sunday in Dwight Howard’s Lakers preseason debut he was a victim of a monster put back slam by Sacramento Kings rookie Thomas Robinson. Thursday night D. Howard again got caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, this time by Jason Thompson: Dwight better shake off that court rust sooner rather than later. Being on [...]
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard may be happy in his current surroundings, but he said Thursday that he had hoped of being traded to the Brooklyn Nets. Howard, who was sent from the Orlando Magic to the Lakers in the offseason, told ESPN NewYork 98.7 FM: "I did want to go to Brooklyn. That's a place where I told the Magic that I really wanted to go."[But] I...
Dwight Howard believes being traded to the Lakers instead of the Nets "was a blessing in disguise."
Dwight Howard told Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Ruocco on ESPN New York radio that the Brooklyn Nets were indeed his first choice this off-season, according to Mike Mazzeo of ESPNNewYork.com.
"I did want to go to Brooklyn. That's a place where I told the Magic that I really wanted to go," Howard said.
This isn't necessarily a startling revelation since Howard'...
ON THE MEND
Lakers head coach Mike Brown is unsure about whether Kobe Bryant, who is nursing an injured foot, will suit up for the team's opener next Tuesday.
THINGS TURNED OUT WELL
Dwight Howard admitted in a recent interview that when the Magic began looking to trade him, he originally hoped that he would end up in Brooklyn with the Nets.
Following the Dwight Howard trade, the Denver Nuggets were able to snag Andre Iguodala and brought him to the Mile High City, but how will the addition affect the Nuggets when they face off against the Los Angeles Lakers? Series Matchup 2011-2012: 3-1 Los Angeles Lakers Series Matchup 2012-2013: November 30th, December 26th, January 6th, February [...]The post Denver Nuggets Season...
Following the Dwight Howard trade, the Denver Nuggets were able to snag Andre Iguodala and brought him to the Mile High City, but how will the addition affect the Nuggets when they face off against the Los Angeles Clippers? Series Matchup 2011-2012: Series Matchup 2012-2013: December 25th, January 1st, March 7th Ty Lawson has [...]The post Denver Nuggets Season Preview: Los Angeles...
For the seventh year Jeff Clark of CelticsBlog has gathered everyone together for the Blog Preview. I will be getting to those other teams in the Never-Ending Preview. But today is for the Orlando Magic. So here is my contribution to the Blog Preview and a look at the Orlando Magic's 2012-13 season.
2012 Record: 37-29
Key Losses: Dwight Howard (traded...
It hasn't really started up yet, but a question that is going to come up every now and then is whether Dwight Howard is going to re-sign with the Los Angeles Lakers. He's played in one preseason game so far and looked pretty sharp for not having played basketball for six months. Assuming he's healthy, most fans and basketball writers will assume the Lakers are going...
posted by Romy AquinoFor the Los Angeles Lakers, no one's making more of Dwight Howard's preseason "general soreness" than North Vancouver's Robert Sacre. The big man has been filling in at the centre spot for the Lakers and is trying to crack that last roster spot. He was he 60th pick... yes, the dead last pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, but the Gonzaga...