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The Lakers never fail to keep things entertaining, whether on or off the court. The latest story comes from Dwight Howard himself, who had this to say to Comcast Sports Net. He had this to say when asked about the Lakers. “Hopefully they’ll start supporting me the way they need to,” Howard said. “Until then, [...]
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In a recent interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dwight Howard Sr. weighed in on his son’s future with the Lakers:
The Lakers’ situation, he said, has worn on Howard…“L.A. has been like humble pie for him,” he said. “When you go from being the man in one city (Orlando) to second or third tier, it takes a toll on you mentally.”
What happens after the season...
It’s been anything but a smooth ride since Dwight Howard was acquired by the Los Angeles Lakers, leading many to speculate he could be traded or at least allowed to walk at the end of the season. However, former teammate Rashard Lewis believes Howard will re-sign with the Lakers this offseason, reports Chris Tomasson of FOX Sports Florida.“My gut feeling is I think he will...
Dwight Howard had scored in single digits in six of his previous games before Sunday's Los Angeles Lakers loss to the Miami Heat, averaging only 7.7 shots in that stretch.
By all means, Dad, defend this
It's hard to imagine that Dwight Howard could have sunk any lower in the eyes of the public after last year's do se do with Orlando, but oh, man alive, has he fallen off a cliff or what?Start with on the court, where the slash line of 16/12/2/2/1 (points, boards, assists, blocks, steals) is, well, the worst he's done since his second year...
In Dwight Howard's mind, the support level from his Los Angeles Lakers has been lacking.
MIAMI -- The dust certainly didn't settle after the Lakers eked out a win against the lowly Charlotte Bobcats, not when Dwight Howard's father injected himself into his son's awkward relationship with Kobe Bryant.
The elder Howard said his son needed to sit down with Bryant to hash out their differences. He also said Coach Mike D'Antoni wasn't being assertive...
Dwight Howard said that he will not put his career at undue risk to save the Lakers' season.
The Los Angeles Lakers have had their fair share of issues this season. While their injuries and inconsistent play have led to a multitude of questions about the team that have largely gone unanswered, it seems an unlikely source – Dwight Howard‘s father — has at least one answer to their latest controversy.
After Kobe Bryant demanded some urgency from his injured teammate...
Hakeem Olajuwon is sticking with his belief Dwight Howard will re-sign this summer with the Los Angeles Lakers. If Howard is thinking differently, Olajuwon figures Howard will let him know.
In a phone interview with FOX Sports Florida, Olajuwon, a Hall of Fame center, said Howard told him in the summer of 2011 he wanted out of Orlando after eight seasons primarily due to how he...
Hakeem Olajuwon thinks Dwight Howard will re-sign with the Lakers this summer.
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Another week, another bad break for the Lakers.
Despite a promising start to the week with a win in Brooklyn, the Lakers finished the week at just 2-2.
The Lakers endured a blowout loss in Boston, followed by a come-from-behind victory in Charlotte, then concluded the 2013 Grammy Trip with a discouraging loss in Miami.
Although the Lakers...