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Earl Clark has agreed to a two-year, $9 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Clark had a breakout season with the Los Angeles Lakers.

NBA News: Cavaliers to sign free agent forward Earl Clark

After rampant speculation over the past few days, it appears the Cleveland Cavaliers have reached a deal with free agent forward Earl Clark. Sean Deveny of Sporting News had the report first as a two-year, $9 million deal between Clark and the Cavs. TNT’s David Aldridge followed up in reporting that the second year is a team option; a much more flexible deal for the organization...

At The Last Minute, Dwight Howard Was About To Re-Sign With L.A. Lakers

Even though Dwight Howard has already announced [via Twitter] his decision of leaving the Los Angeles Lakers for the Houston Rockets, it's being reported that Howard was split 50-50 on his decision, according to a source.After Howard landed in Los Angeles Friday evening, he contacted the L.A. Lakers and reportedly told them that he's split on staying or leaving for the Rockets...

Dwight Howard Will Reportedly Leave Lakers For Reasons Related To D’Antoni, Kobe & Nash

Dwight Howard reportedly chose the Houston Rockets over the Los Angeles Lakers because of reasons directly related to Mike D’Antoni, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash. According to Chris Broussard of ESPN: Howard told an additional source that the main reason he’s the Lakers is leaving is because he wasn’t comfortable playing for coach Mike D’Antoni, ESPN’s J.A. Adande reports...

Kobe Bryant un-follows Dwight Howard on Twitter after Rockets announcement

Prior to Dwight Howard’s official announcement that he would be signing with the Houston Rockets, Lakers star Kobe Bryant decided to remove D-12 from his life….his Twitter life that is. Kobe un-followed the big man as noted in this tweet by ESPN’s Darren Rovell: It Just Got Real: @KobeBryant has unfollowed @DwightHoward within the last hour. — darren rovell (@darrenrovell...

Dwight Howard To Sign With Rockets After Informing Lakers Of Decision

Dwight Howard informed the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night that he will not return to the organization. "We have been informed of Dwight's decision to not return to the Lakers," Mitch Kupchak said in a statement. "Naturally we're disappointed. However, we will now move forward in a different direction with the future of the franchise and, as always, ...

Ranking the Best Spots for Dwight Howard

As we’ve written about over the past couple weeks, NBA free agency has finally started. While it can be frustrating hearing rumors about where the top guys will land or keeping up with which team is seriously interested in certain guys, there’s no denying that Dwight Howard is now the prize of the class now [...]

Reports: Howard chooses Rockets

Dwight Howard has made his decision and will sign with the Houston Rockets, according to multiple reports. Terms of the deal were not reported. Howard and his representatives still need to go through details of a proposed contract with the Rockets, according to Yahoo! Sports. As late as Friday afternoon Howard was reportedly deciding between the Rockets and returning to the Los...

Rockets Don’t Have Enough Cap Room To Give Dwight Howard Max Deal

The Dwight Howard sweepstakes are about over, and now the 4 teams on his list must patiently sit and wait.  Pro Basketball talk is reporting that one of the favorites in the Howard sweepstakes can’t even give Howard a max deal. The Houston Rockets if they do land Howard, will have to convince him to take less money, accomplish a sign and trade, or do some wheeling and dealing...

Report: Dwight Howard To Make Decision On Who He’ll Sign With By Friday

Following free agent meetings with the Rockets, Warriors, Hawks, Mavericks and Lakers, Dwight Howard is expected to make a decision on where he’ll play next season by Friday – a decision that is reportedly “totally up in the air.” According to Adam Schefter, ESPN: Free-agent center Dwight Howard is hoping to make a decision on which team he will sign with by this Friday...

NBA Rumors: Cavaliers interested in veteran guard Chauncey Billups

In need of a reserve point guard and some veteran leadership, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly expressing interest in the 36-year-old Chauncey Billups. Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears reports that, with the Los Angeles Clippers recently acquiring J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley, Billups could be on the outside looking in. The Cavs—along with the San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks...

Dwight Howard Will Join The Houston Rockets, According To Source

A person with knowledge of the Dwight Howard saga, which has lasted for about 20 months, claims that the free agent has already made up his mind on where he wants to play basketball in the upcoming 2013-2014 NBA season.Howard has picked the Houston Rockets, according to the source. The source, who wanted to keep their identity unknown because the news hadn't yet been announced...

D-Howard A Warrior? It Just Might Happen

A funny thing happened to Free Agent center Dwight Howard, on the way to signing a new contract; the Golden State Warriors became a viable candidate to sign him. The “San Jose Mercury News” reported Thursday, that the Warriors are now considered in the mix with the Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks, as the team he will sign a four-year pact with. There is however a major...

Dwight Howard shows of his Houston Rockets pride on Twitter

Dwight Howard is TROLLING you. He’s made his decision and he showcased his selection on Twitter. Dwight Howard is going to become a member of the Houston Rockets. Congratulations Rockets fans.   Opps somebody forgot to tell Dwight that they left up his Lakers Twitter background. There were rumors that Dwight was still considering the Lakers but Dwight obviously didn’t want it confused.

The Dwightmare is over

On August 10, 2012, Rob Hennigan informed the world that the Magic would end their part in the seemingly never-ending courtship for Dwight Howard's services. Orlando traded Howard, along with Chris Duhon, Jason Richardson and Earl Clark, for Nikola Vucevic, Arron Afflalo, Maurice Harkless, Josh McRoberts, Al Harrington and Christian Eyenga. In one feel swoop, the organization...
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