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Since Chris Paul will most likely stay a Clipper, the possible departure of All-Star center Dwight Howard is the most talked about free agency in L.A. If Howard stays in L.A. he could receive $118 million over five-years. But if he opts to leave the Lakers the max he will receive is $87.6 million—$30.4 million less—on a four-year deal. But
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Ladies and gentlemen, the Dwight Howard sweepstakes have reached a critical point in their level of annoyingness: even teams without cap space are now rumored to be destinations.
That latest team to throw its proverbial hat into the ring or at least into the rumor mill is Golden State, a destination that looks far more attractive after its playoff run this spring and with its...
Dwight Howard is considering signing with the Golden State Warriors as well as the previously reported Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks, a source close to the player said Thursday.
According to the source, Howard's main concern involves "what team he feels has the best chance to win championships, has the best team and system around...
Dwight Howard isn’t rational, but if you were to look at this logically, it is pretty simple.
$30 Million and the life of a Laker (which is different from any other team in the league) or go to a younger team where the scrutiny and attention wouldn’t be as great.
According to USA Today that is what Dwight is struggling with.
Despite all signs pointing to his Lakers return late...
According to Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News, the Golden State Warriors are also among the teams Dwight Howard is considering in free agency.
A source familiar with Howard’s thinking says he plans to test free agency and has considered the Lakers, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta and Golden State.
Nothing remains binding, though. The source added Howard’s main concern involves...
We brought you the news earlier this week that the Dallas Mavericks were reportedly attempting to shop their lottery pick in the hopes to create enough cap space to sign both Dwight Howard and Chris Paul this off-season. It appears that reportedly, the plans have changed in Dallas.
Per Dwain Price of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Mavericks have given up on the chances...
Clippers general manager Gary Sacks is negotiating with free agent Chris Paul and the executive remains “very confident” that the elite point guard will return to Los Angeles. Shipped to Tinseltown from the Minnesota Timberwolves in December 2011, Paul can ink a five-year extension worth $108 million with the Clippers starting on July 1. A six-time All-Star and two-time All-NBA...
There’s a prevailing sentiment out there, that Dwight Howard will re-sign with the Los Angeles Lakers simply because they’re the Los Angeles Lakers.
Phil Jackson isn’t certain that will be the case when Howard finally makes a decision on his future. According to Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times, when asked if Howard should return to the organization, Jackson didn’t...
Blame the coach. The NBA is driven by the players. If a team underperforms, the blame isautomatically on the head coach. Just ask Mike Brown when he was fired by the [...]
Vinny Del Negro led the Los Angeles Clippers to a strong season by anyone’s standards, let alone what the franchise has traditionally become accustomed to.
Still, it was all but a foregone conclusion that their coach Vinny Del Negro was a dead man walking by the end of the season.
The rumors of superstar players such as Blake Griffin and Chris Paul disliking Paul had grown to...
This is a similar injury to what Dwight Howard played with for a good portion of the year. It isn’t bad enough to sideline you, but it is bothersome.
Carmelo Anthony played 12 playoff games with a partially torn left shoulder, the Daily News has learned.
An MRI of Anthony’s shoulder revealed a partially torn labrum, according to a Knicks source and there is a possibility that...
Like last summer, Amar’e Stoudemire will head to Houston in August to work on his post-up moves with Hall-of-Famer, Hakeem Olajuwon. The legendary center, who’s worked with Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard and LeBron James in the past, charges $50,000 per week for his services.
According to ESPN New York:
Amar’e Stoudemire will resume working out with Hall of Fame center Hakeem...
A green pinkie is way cooler than a green thumb, even if you still suck at growing tomatoes.
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The 2013 All-NBA Playoff Injury Team (The Roosevelts)
Donald Sterling admits Del Negro was fired to help keep Chris Paul (Black Sports Online)
Are the Cavs looking to trade the number one pick? (The Kevin Burke Project)