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There are no ifs ands or buts about it, Dwight Howard is back and Superman is flying again. After months of frustrating inconsistency, Dwight Howard has looked better than he has in over a year, since the All Star break. He may not be 100% healthy, with his bad back and torn labrum, but he looks like a new man and is playing like one, which is one of the reasons why the Lakers are now the current 8th seed in the West and both the Lakers and Howard are finally playing the way everyone expected they would, coming into the season. In the ten games since the All-Star break, the Lakers are 8-2 and look primed to make the playoffs and they would not be playing at this level without the incredibly improved play of Dwight Howard.
Surprisingly, his stats over the those ten games are not that different than his season averages. Since the All Star break, Howard is averaging about 16 points, 15 rebounds, 2 blocks and 1.5 steals per game. The scoring is about the same, as are the blocks and stea...
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Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant have clearly had some differences, but Howard claims Kobe makes him a better person and player.
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Dwight Howard returned to Orlando for the first time since he left the squad and wasn’t received in the most pleasant manner. He was greeted with a chorus of boo birds by the fans at the Amway Center but responded by dropping 21 points and 10 rebounds in the first half alone. He also made sure to take the time to blow a kiss to the crowd following a monster dunk early in the game...
Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni says he will keep Dwight Howard on the court late in games despite the center's struggles at the free throw line.
Since the All-Star break, the Lakers are 7-2. A resurgent Dwight Howard has been a major part of the Lakers' run.
Something clicked for Howard in Houston during All-Star weekend.
"I stayed in the hotel and just thought about the first half of the season and what I could do better. How I could be better for our team." said the Lakers center. "I just told myself...
It's the game that's been circled on every Orlando Magic fans' calendar since the beginning of the season.
Lakers vs. Magic -- 7 p.m. ET -- March 12, 2013.
The return of Dwight Howard.
It won't be a warm reception for the once beloved Magic center, who had called Orlando home for the first eight seasons of his NBA career.
But all the love turned to bitterness...
The countdown has begun.
Who's seen our "Dwight countdown clock" billboards around the city yet? twitter.com/Power953/statu…
— Power 95.3 (@Power953) March 8, 2013
No really, it has begun with Power 95.3 FM purchasing several electronic billboards counting down the days, hours and minutes until the Magic take on the Lakers at Amway Center. That would...
Orlando Magic fans as expected, welcomed Dwight Howard back to Orlando with a chorus of boos although, I’ve heard Lebron James and Vince Carter receive much worse.
Howard, did a decent job of pretending as if it wasn’t affecting him, but we know that being disingenuous is a talent of his. Then in attempt to get the fans to hate him even more the Los Angeles Lakers center blew...
I would hope that Dwight Howard is starting to figure things out, but because he talks so much and contradict himself so often, you have to wonder.
Dwight spoke to the media again and said that it took him half the season, but he understands now what Kobe was saying about keeping the clown act in Orlando.
“It’s going to make me a better man and a better player from watching Kobe...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- The number 12 is no longer sacred in Orlando.
The man who used to wear it, Los Angeles Lakers' center Dwight Howard, also once shouldered the Magic's hopes of attaining an elusive first NBA championship.
But after eight years of chasing it, and taking Orlando through one of the most turbulent seasons in its history last year, the man who called himself...
When fans look at the players on the floor tonight, only one will matter.
Yes, tonight is all about Dwight Howard. Fans will finally get to see the All Star center who jilted them in a most embarrasing and mismanaged fashion. It has left an adoring fan base with a stomach full of hatred ready to be hurled out onto the court once the ball tips and before.
Howard has been preparing...
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard dominated his former team the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night in a Lakers' 106-97 victory. Howard scored a season-high 39 points and grabbed 16 rebounds on a night he was sent to the free-throw line 39 times, which ties
Los Angeles Lakers (33-31) vs. Orlando Magic (18-46)
Whoever makes the NBA schedule made sure to make this week particularly juicy with storylines. Tomorrow night Carmelo Anthony will play his first game at Denver since his trade to New York in 2011. Then Thursday night, Raymond Felton plays his first game in Portland since his disappointing season there last year...
I'm sure Dwight will handle this with class right?