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The Lakers are prepared to offer Andrew Bynum and Metta World Peace to the Magic in a trade for Dwight Howard.
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Wherever Dwight Howard ends up this offseason, NBA fans should be relieved that we no longer have to listen to the speculation. Dwight has tried to play himself off as the good guy over the past year or so, but the truth of the matter is he has embarrassed himself. Nothing would surprise us at this point, but it is starting to look like Howard will wind up in a Nets uniform next...
The Dwight Howard sweepstakes are as on as they have ever been. The Magic took a half-hearted approach to trading Howard back in December when he originally issued his trade demand. It appears from all the reports coming out of the Amway Center and the Magic offices that the franchise is determined to end the Dwightmare, the drama and everything else.
Remember when Dwight Howard came into the NBA straight out of high school? He was a baby-faced, awkward, braces wearing teenager that seemed to be on the straight and narrow. He came from a Christian background and was seen to be very religious.
As he got older, Howard began to come out of his shell a bit. We began to see a goofball with a huge body and dominating athleticism that...
Dwight Howard underwent season-ending back surgery on a bulging disk and it is unclear if he would actually sign a contract extension after privately saying he didn't want to play for the Lakers.
Orlando seeks multiple young players, draft picks and cap relief in exchange for Dwight Howard.
Maybe Jay-Z is really putting together “The Blueprint,” for a championship. The Brooklyn Nets all but officially re-signed Gerald Wallace yesterday, Deron Williams says it’s either Brooklyn or Dallas, nowhere else. And Jason Kidd wants to be a package deal with Williams to back him up.
But here’s the piece de resistance: Dwight Howard says Jay-Z’s ballclub is the only...
The Hawks and Nets swapped players for salary relief, both with their sights set on acquiring Dwight Howard in the frenzied first days of the offseason, writes Damon Hatheway.
The Nets have fully moved on from their pursuit of Dwight Howard, their long-preferred choice to pair with Deron Williams.
Yet another big man may be out of the picture for Team USA.
Anthony Davis suffered a sprained ankle Saturday and almost surely will no longer compete for a Team USA roster spot for the London Olympics, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The No. 1 overall draft pick of the New Orleans Hornets was added to the list of finalists for Team USA after Dwight Howard and LaMarcus Aldridge had...
The Nets have to be breathing a sigh of relief, and now they can turn their attention to Dwight Howard.