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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
Dwight Howard is the ultimate drama queen. He was just that when he was in Orlando then in Los Angeles. Apparently, he has brought the negativity with him to Houston. […]
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Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was a hacking victim of Los Angeles Lakers defenders who repeatedly sent him to the free throw line with deliberate fouls during the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game.
Howard made his best effort to run away from his former teammates, almost like someone playing a game of tag rather than basketball. Howard's efforts were unsuccessful...
Dwight Howard shot just 5-16 from the line Thursday in the Rockets 99-98 loss to the Lakers Thursday, so I guess that explains his full court sprint as he weaved around the Lakers players to avoid being fouled. It made for one hilarious GIF, thanks to SB Nation.
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All of the talk since Dwight Howard left the Los Angeles Lakers for the Houston Rockets has been, well, Dwight Howard leaving the Lakers for the Rockets, a topic that Howard says he’s tired of discussing.
In Houston and L.A.’s first matchup this season, the Lakers were down by two in the final seconds with an opportunity to win the game, and...
Last season, Dwight Howard donned the Lakers’ purple and gold for the first time and became the heir apparent to a franchise that Kobe Bryant reigned over for more than a decade. As Bryant slowly—very slowly—approached the twilight of his career, the franchise looked for one last run at a title as the franchise began its ...The post Is Dwight Howard a “Coward” for Leaving...
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was blocked into the stone age by his Toronto Raptors counterpart, Quincy Acy.
One thing that I know about Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard is that he knows how to block a shot and earlier tonight, Howard denied Toronto Raptors Rudy Gay of a dunk.
Check out the below highlight which show Rudy two-handed dunk attempt being swatted:
Howard image courtesy of Getty Images
I am not a fan of the “Hack-a-Whoever”, but there are times that it works. Especially with someone as emotionally fragile as Dwight Howard.
Howard went 5-16 from the Free Throw line (missed 7 in the 4th quarter) and that allowed Steve Blake to have an opportunity to hit the game winning three.
How scared was Dwight of going to the free throw line? Check out this GIF from SB Nation...
Jeremy Lin scored 31 points off the bench, Dwight Howard had 18 points and 24 rebounds, and the Houston Rockets beat the Toronto Raptors 110-104 in double-overtime to snap a two-game losing streak.
Lin shot 10 of 17 from the field and hit 8 of 9 from the free throw line. James Harden finished with 26 points and 10 assists.
Howard was just 4 of 12 at the foul line. Chandler Parsons...
The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Houston Rockets 99-98 at the Toyota Center on Thursday.
The game marked Dwight Howard's first against his former team.
"It's a terrible loss to a team that we should beat, especially on our home floor, and in the Western Conference it's going to be thick, and we're playing for a seeding and we want to be a No. 1 seed,"...
Dwight lost and I’m so happy that he lost.
A lot has happened since the last edition of The Pick & Troll. Tyson Chandler went down and thus so did the the morale of Knicks Nation, the 76ers cooled off, and Dwight Howard lost his first matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers. Forget all of that though. That’s what the World Wide Leader wants you to talk about. I want to...
The Houston Rockets are already reaping the benefits of signing the biggest free agent this summer. The Rockets are off to a hot start at 4-2 and with Dwight Howard and James Harden in the fold, Houston may be looking at a deep playoff push.
However, former San Antonio Spurs guard Steve Kerr doesn't think Houston has what it takes to be a title contender this season.
Steve Blake nailed the game-winning three-pointer on the Lakers’ final possession, and the resulting Rockets’ loss left Houston fans acutely aware that when it comes to Dwight Howard, you have to take the bad with the good.
Blake revealed post-game that he had said a prayer coming out of the Lakers’ time-out with 3.4 seconds remaining, but he certainly didn’t...