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Dwight Howard wants you to know that he isn’t in shape. How do I know this you may ask? That is pretty easy, Dwight tells us every other day he isn’t in shape.
He has been telling us that for 10 months now, makes you wonder will he ever be in shape?
Dwight Howard ran sprints after practice Wednesday to improve his conditioning and said he had also cut back on candy and undergone acupuncture treatments.
“I’m in good shape for a basketball player,” the Lakers center said, “but I’m not in Superman shape. I want to get in Superman shape.”
Probably, should have cut back on the sweets, before the season was 3/4 over, but I digress. Dwight, also says that despite the Lakers poor performance and his subpar play, it has been a good year for him and it will make him stronger in the long run.
The question begs, will that long run be with the Lakers or some other team.
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Dwight Howard was one of the best players in Orlando Magic history. Not even one year after trading him to the Lakers, the Magic have already given his number away to ... Tobias Harris?
Dwight Howard can barely keep himself on the court this season for the Los Angeles Lakers, but he's already eyeing a possible Olympic roster spot for 2016. Howard has been battling a torn labrum in his shoulder, and he has been trying to get his back right all season after surgery last summer. According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, Howard was asked about the 2016...
Kenneth Faired and the Nuggets dominated the Lakers from the beginning of the game in Denver, but The Manimal personally embarrassed Dwight Howard by catching an alley-oop dunk over him late in the 4th quarter.
Check Below for the video of Faried’s dunk over Dwight:
There had to be a reason that the Minnesota Timberwolves were willing to wait so long for this young man to be done playing ball overseas (pesky contracts).
Rubio made getting past the Black Mamba look like child's play, and as for Dwight Howard--the words 'too' and 'easy' come to mind.
Of course in the broad scheme of things it was only one basket;...
The Manimal, Kenneth Faried, finishes off the Lakers by throwing down a vicious alley-oop right on Dwight Howard’s head. The Nuggets went on to win 119-108:
video via SBNation
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While the season has not gone as planned, both Steve Nash and Dwight Howard -- and even Kobe, in a way -- said that the run for a postseason berth could be fun.
One day, it is Dwight Howard‘s shoulder. The next day, it is Kobe Bryant‘s excessive shooting, or his excessive passing. The day after that, it is the Lakers’ shaky transition defense.
Game after game, the great mystery that is this Lakers team receives a new explanation. When they win, it is evidence that they should be better. When they lose, it is proof that they are as...
Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried aka The Manimal baptizes Lakers Center DUHwight Howard. That’s all you need to know. Just watch the videoThe post VIDEO: Kenneth Faried With The Monster Jam Over Dwight Howard appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Via Menudo Bol – I mean, does it get any sadder than...
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The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in Denver Monday night, 119-108, and the game contained emphatic blocks and powerful dunks including this gem from Andre Iguodala to Kenneth Faried. Iguodala threw the lob and Faried finished, powerfully, over Dwight Howard. The post Kenneth Faried’s Alley-Oop Over Dwight Howard (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Wisconsin's Ryan Evans is the starting forward, and he's having some free throw problems. The past two seasons he's shot over 70% from the charity stripe, but has dropped to 41% this season. Pathetic to say the least. Unable to emerge from a season-long slump at the free throw line, Evans has moved to the jump shot free throw. I can honestly say that I've never...
It’s the last day of February, post trade deadline, and with roughly 25 games remaining in the regular season it has become plain to see that neither the LA Lakers or the Philadelphia 76ers have benefitted from what was, by far, the biggest trade of the year. Who would’ve thought that at this point the Lakers would be two games below .500 and 2.5 games back of the eighth playoff...
Acquired by the Orlando Magic as part of the Dwight Howard trade, forward Al Harrington has yet to play for his new team after developing a staph infection from arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus. He proceeded to have four surgeries over ten weeks to clean out the area which left collateral damage. After hearing he might not play again, the fourteen-year-veteran made...
“The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.
What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly;
it is dearness only that gives everything its value.
I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can
gather strength from distress and grow."
— Thomas Paine
The loss in Denver seem to have changed the attitude of the Lakers (28-30) over the course of...