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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
Last night before the Lakers 113-103 loss again to the Milwaukee Bucks, the Bucks mascot Bango managed to have a little fun at the expense of Dwight Howard as he [...]
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Shaquille O'Neal has always prodded Dwight Howard, if not overtly criticized him.
Why? The Big Aristotle provided a Big Reveal before returning to Los Angeles to have his Lakers jersey retired Tuesday at halftime against Dallas.
"I love Dwight and I see his potential. Hopefully when I say these things he gets mad," O'Neal said in an interview. "Just think...
Dwight Howard and Shaquille O’Neal have a lot in common. Both players have dominated the center position. They’re both flamboyant, lovable big men. They were both drafted by the Orlando Magic. Both of them eventually ended up in Los Angeles, as members of the Lakers. But the legendary Shaq seems to be Howard’s biggest critic. Is it because Dwight recycled Shaq’s alias as...
Dwight says a lot of things, but they don’t necessarily come true. At least he has confidence that the Lakers, who have barely shown the ability to put together three or four wins in a row, can string together nine at the end of the season.
Here is his quote via Sports Glory.
“We need every game,” Howard said after practice Monday. “We just got to come out and play with...
Ever since arriving in Los Angeles to play for the Lakers, there have been incessant comparisons between Shaquille O’Neal and Dwight Howard. Aside from sharing the same “Superman” nickname, their [...]
Dwight Howard stated the obvious when he said the Lakers "need" every game.
The magic number for the Laker's hope for the playoffs is now down to 8.
Well, actually 5 and 12.
After basking in what used to be a solid 2-game lead over the Utah Jazz for the 8th and final seed in the west, the Lakers now see themselves back outside looking in.
The Jazz have won their last 4 games while the purple and gold, as well witnessed, gave up 4 of their...
It has been a fall of prolific and quick proportions for former Atlanta high school, college, and NBA'er Javaris Crittenton...
He was a teammate of Dwight Howard, played at Georgia Tech, and was drafted in the first round by the Los Angeles Lakers.
Now, he's up on charges that'll keep him in prison for a long time if convicted.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant moved into fourth place on the NBA's all-time scoring chart in the second quarter of Saturday night's Lakers' 108-98 win over the Sacramento King's, passing Wilt Chamberlin.
Bryant pulled-up from the foul line with
Louisville guard Kevin Ware has begun his road to recovery in the wake of suffering one of the most gruesome injuries you will ever see in sports. The sophomore is a long way away from playing basketball again, but he has undergone successful surgery and already begun moving around on crutches. The amazing amount of support he has received has undoubtedly helped accelerate the...