Found September 03, 2012 on
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Dwight Howard need to just chill out on the beach somewhere, and run anytime someone with a camera or recorder comes near him. He took ou an ad in the Orlando Sentinal thanking the city of Orlando and its fans.
“To play the game of basketball in the NBA is a blessing and to have had the opportunity to play before the Orlando fans for eight years was truly a privilege and an honor. Words cannot express the love that I have for Orlando. With your support we have done great things in this city from hanging banners to impacting our youth. Although my career with the Magic has come to a close, my love for the city and the people that make it beautiful will never end.”
While Dwight may truly have enjoyed his time and love Orlando, how much of what he says do you really believe that comes out of his mouth? He could tell me the sky is blue and I’ll have to ask someone else for confirmation. The best thing he can do right now, is just be quiet and ball out. He’s not going to talk himself back into the hearts of fans, the only way is to win. Case in point, LeBron.
Sometimes you have to just let the relationship be what it is. If the opportunity comes where it can be fixed, then go forward, but all these wishy washy statements have to stop.
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New Lakers center Dwight Howard tweeted that he "was in tears" upon meeting the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Dwight Howard just tweeted a picture of him and legendary Lakers center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. In Dwight’s tweet, he said,
Me and @kaj33 together. For many years to come.
Shortly after, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tweeted a response to the picture and said,
#DwightHoward Great meeting you today – Laker Nation is in great hands for years to come. Now lets WIN a championship.
Dwight Howard and the city of Orlando had some great years together, but this past year was quite the nightmare. The Orlando Magic wanted Superman to stay and Howard seemed interested in staying, but not really. Dwight Howard is now a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and has moved on. He bought an ad for a newspaper in Orlando and thanked the city for making him who he is...
Dwight Howard finally did something to repair his reputation over the weekend. Howard’s rep has taken a hit this off season because of all his antics with the Orlando Magic. One day Howard wanted traded another he didn’t. Howard only wanted traded to a certain team. It seemed like there was a new Howard rumor every day. After a while people just got tired of it...
Back on Monday, Lakers center Dwight Howard got the chance to meet Lakers legendary center/assistant coach Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and he had to tweet about it.Check out the below tweet which mentions Howard's emotions after meeting one of his idols:
Dwight Howard recently came out with a message of public appreciation for the city of Orlando taking out a full page ad in the Orlando sentinel saying: “words cannot express the love that I have for Orlando. With your support we have done great things in this city from hanging banners to impacting our youth”. This has been the latest in a string of public displays of appreciation...
Dwight Howard took out a full-page ad in Sunday's edition of the Orlando Sentinel three after being traded by the Magic to the Lakers.
I don’t think there’s anything that Dwight Howard’s PR firm could have written that would of come off as sincere.
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For having scored the most points in NBA history, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has an odd need to feel wanted. Abdul-Jabbar will finally get the statue he always wanted outside the Los Angeles Lakers' home arena, and on Monday he sat down with his former team's newest elite big man, Dwight Howard. Pretty much everybody agrees that Abdul-Jabbar is the second-greatest living center...