Found August 29, 2012 on
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So imagine if you are a kid, just playing a pop-a-shot arcade game, knocking down some shot when Los Angeles Lakers' Dwight Howard comes in and proceeds to block your shots.
Well that's exactly what happened while Howard was in China playing a game of Pop-a-Shot versus a fan.
In the video below, Howard is clearly not taking the challenge seriously as he is taking...
And now, from SoB’s “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” news department, additional evidence has surfaced that clearly confirms that yes, Dwight Howard is an utter douchebag. Howard, who torpedoed the Orlando Magic’s potential for success with his selfishness all last season by waxing incessantly about the many options he had related to what team [...]
I thought the summary for this video of newly-minted Los Angeles Laker Dwight Howard playing Pop-A-Shot with a kid during a shoe company-sponsored promotional tour of China would be pretty straight-forward (“here’s Dwight Howard doing a thing, everybody”), but I keep noticing funny things about it.Firstly, it’s from the amazingly-named “funneyballchannel”. Secondly,...
Earlier in the week, Orlando Magic star Dwight Howard was over in China and got a chance to face some Chinese kids in a game of Pop-A-Shot at Shangai Station.However, D-12 showed off his defensive prowless in the below game and cheated a child out of a victory:
Dwight Howard continues to rehabilitate from his back surgery in the Westwood area of Los Angeles.
Yeah, he may very well be the reason LA will win it all this year. But this moronic fashion statement Dwight displays has apparently been picked up by Adias to market.
I introduce to you….the “Geek Up” t-shirt, yes folks, this is real.
Lakers fans, please do all your shopping at the Lakers Nation store, like normal people.
Charles Oakley is not impressed with Dwight Howard’s antics – who was – but the legendary former Knicks star thinks the Orlando Magic should’ve dealt with Dwight like you do a toddler who has a temper tantrum, put him in timeout. “A lot of guys cry in this league these days. I try not to [...]
On Thursday night, Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak pulled out his batters helmet and helmet to cap off a home run summer with a grand slam deal by exchanging Dwight Howard for Andrew Bynum without giving up Pau Gasol. In a historical context, his haul is only the fourth time in NBA history that a franchise added two players with
Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol, Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant will make the new-look Los Angeles Lakers a heavy favorite to not only win the Western Conference but the NBA crown as well. However, being overlooked are the defending West champs - Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Thunder have remained in tact, re-signed Serge Ibaka, and after a long march in the playoffs last season, they...