Found January 16, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Dwight Howard
TEAMS: Orlando Magic
Remember when you were, say, 6 years old, and you wanted to get the basketball in the basket? You didn't have what we adults call "muscles" in your shoulders, back or arms, so you did what you could by holding the ball below your knees and hoisting it into the air, using momentum to will that ball toward the hoop. Well, Dwight Howard is 26 years old, and he may have the biggest muscles in the NBA, but a math professor from an Orlando community college thinks Howard should go back to the form of a first grader. Judith A....

Patrick Ewing Warns Dwight Howard that Most Nets Fans are Knicks Fans First

At this point, nobody really knows where Dwight Howard will end up next season or before this season is over. In fact, there is a good chance not even Howard knows. We’ve all heard rumors about the Lakers, Nets, Knicks and more recently the Clippers. Although Deron Williams would love it if Superman would join him in Brooklyn next season, former Knicks legend Patrick Ewing has...

Report: Dwight Howard adds Clippers to list of places he’d sign

Take that Miami. This would be the new Big Three. Howard apparently likes the idea — almost as much as Clippers fans. No matter how unlikely it is in reality. Howard has added the Clippers to the list of teams he would sign an extension with, reports Chris Sheridan at Sheridan Hoops. The Clips are…

Oh, Dwight Howard Decided He's Now Open To Playing For The Clippers Too

I bet, when you heard that Dwight Howard asked for a trade from Orlando to the Lakers, Mavericks, or Nets, you thought he was a front-runner. (OK, the Nets aren't so "front," but they do offer nearly unlimited access to Jay-Z and Howard could live in Manhattan.) You thought Dwight Howard only wanted what was hot. You thought Dwight...

Report: No Howard Deal In The Works Between Magic, Clippers

The seemingly never-ending trade rumors regarding Orlando Magic's Dwight Howard rage on and this time it involves Howard being dealt to the Los Angeles Clippers. But before Clippers fans begin to rejoice about landing "Superman," they might want to bottle that excitement. Recently, it was reported Howard had added the Clippers to his personal list of teams he would...

Patrick Ewing's Advice For Dwight Howard

With all the trade talk flying around about where Dwight Howard is going to end up, it seems highly unlikely that the Orlando Magic big man will stick around southern Florida. One of the teams Howard is asking to be traded to is the New Jersey Nets, who will be the Brooklyn Nets soon enough, but someone who knows a thing or two about playing under the bright lights of the Big Apple...

Ewing warns Dwight Howard: Nets will always be New York’s second team

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Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic GM Deny Interest in Joining Clippers

According to Otis Smith and his superstar center, despite published reports stating otherwise, the Los Angeles Clippers are not part of the Dwight Howard Sweepstakes. Reports the Orlando Sentinel: “Dwight Howard dismissed a report that he has placed the Los Angeles Clippers onto his list of preferred destinations. After the Orlando Magic defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 96-89 Tuesday...

Report: Dwight Howard Adds Clippers to Trade Wish-List

by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni Not too long ago, there was talk of Dwight Howard and Chris Paul playing together in Los Angeles. Of course, no one at the time pictured the two superstars both donning LA Clipper uniforms. According to SheridanHoops, Dwight has added the Clippers to his list of teams he wouldn’t mind the Orlando Magic trading him to: “He’s been watching...

Magic hang on to beat Bobcats, 96-89

Dwight Howard had 25 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Orlando Magic past the Charlotte Bobcats 96-89 Tuesday night for their fifth straight win.
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