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Los Angeles Lakers: Season Review and Awards
By Brandon Hartman: Hoopstuff Senior Writer
Record: 45-37- 7th in the West
Review: After the great “deal or no deal” trade drama following the Chris Paul fiasco, the Lakers were finally able to land that great star they were looking for, in Dwight Howard. The franchise’s great expectations were revived once again, as Superman arrived and he was even given a sidekick in the form of an experienced Steve Nash. What happened next can be shown as a great example of the problems in throwing a bunch of superstars together in short notice. Superman wasn’t so super, a lack of passion and an ailing back injury made him look more vulnerable than ever. He did not want to be a Laker from day one and he could soon get his wish, in the upcoming free agency. His sidekick, Nash, showed just how much his body has taken a beating over the years, as he was out most of the year and never got comfortable in a system of basketball that was brought in mainly for...
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Metta World Peace was frustrated with Dwight Howard and his joking ways
You know it’s not good when Metta World Peace says he is frustrated with you. During an interview with ABC 7′s Sports Zone, Peace talked about his frustration with Dwight Howard and his goofing around. Peace responded to a question asked from Lisa Leslie about Howard’s jovial personality and if it bothered...
LOS ANGELES When Dwight Howard first joined the Lakers, one of the teams top personalities was worried that the club had acquired a player who wasnt all that serious about winning.
When I first met Dwight, and after the first few practices and games, and then the regular season started, I thought he was joking around a little bit too much,Lakers forward Metta World Peace said....
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#10 Dwight Howard
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Things were going to change this season for the Magic. It did not take a genius to figure that out with Stan Van Gundy departing as head coach and Dwight Howard departing as the team's star.
In the five years those two were together the strategy for the Magic was simple. Either dump the ball into Dwight Howard to get a dunk or easy basket or have him collapse the defense...
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