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Unless you have been hiding out in the jungle, you should have heard about the four-team blockbuster trade sending Dwight Howard to Los Angeles, Bynum to Philadelphia, and Andre Iguodala to Denver. Los Angeles has had a HELLUVA off-season by acquiring Steve Nash, and now they have the league’s best center in their clutches. [...]
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Dwight Howard has finally found a new home. Whether you’re a fan of any team that was involved in the trade that sent him to the Lakers or not, you have to be relieved that we no longer have to hear speculation about his future. As expected, Dwight was visibly excited during his introductory press conference on Friday night. As you can see from the clip above, he even treated...
The Magic contended that that Brooklyn illegally contacted Dwight Howard in December without permission.
Everywhere you turn at these Olympics, Kobe Bryant has seemed to be there.
He might be out at Wimbledon, then over to the velodrome, off to see women's basketball, running by the pool, zipping over to track and field, or hitting beach volleyball.
Finally, nearly two weeks into the London Games, Bryant showed up on the basketball court.
Bryant was there all along, of course...
Marc Stein of ESPN.com is reporting the Magic, Nuggets, Lakers and 76ers have agreed in principle on a deal that will send Dwight Howard out of Orlando. He reports sources tell him that a conference call has been scheduled for Friday morning to confirm the trade.
Dwight Howard had become the biggest story in the NBA off the court over the past nine months, but his image has undoubtedly taken a hit in the process.
It’s a match made in heaven that even eHarmony could have figured out. The Hollywood personality finally getting a taste of what Hollywood life is.
Dwight Howard and Brooklyn never really seemed right.
Now it’s time for the public to stop hating on Dwight Howard. I’m not telling them to stop hating. Rather, I’m saying it’s only a matter of time before Howard starts to...
You might as well put the Superman cape on the back of Kevin Durant, because the Thunder might be the only team that can prevent another Lakers’ dynasty. Dwight Howard was at long last traded to the Lakers from the Magic in a four team deal that also included the Nuggets and 76ers. Here’s how [...]
Only in sports (and show business) does one get rewarded for the type of buffoonery, selfishness, and ego driven actions that Dwight Howard has put on in front of the sports world.
After the end of a tedious and frustrating lockout Dwight began his not so private campaign to get traded, and roughly 8 months later, his wish was granted, as the Magic dealt their disgruntled...
Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski Tweeted yesterday that a four-way blockbuster trade that would send Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers was imminent, and it appears that it’s done. According to Woj, as of this morning the deal is in place and just needs NBA approval, which the teams will most likely receive during a conference call this afternoon. As the smoke clears and the...
In a four-team trade, the Lakers are poised to acquire Dwight Howard.
The Lakers will send Andrew Bynum to the Philadelphia 76ers, who also will receive Jason Richardson from the Orlando Magic.
The Sixers will send guard Andre Iguodala to the Denver Nuggets.
The Magic will receive Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, Nikola Vucevic, rookie swingman Moe Harkless, three first...
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The Magic have reportedly gone back to the drawing board in hopes of dealing their franchise big man, and this time it involves the Lakers and two other teams.
Our long national nightmare seems to finally be over. After months of indecision and trade rumors, Dwight Howard has been traded, according to reports. The four team deal sends Howard to the Lakers, Andre Iguodala to the Nuggets, Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson to the 76ers, and Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, and three future first round picks to the Magic. Orlando will also get...