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The Oklahoma City Thunder's Serge Ibaka put back the Lakers' Dwight Howard in a big way on Tuesday night.
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Why is Dwight texting Phil? And why can't he just be quiet?
I had the same reaction when I heard the news, Blake.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Serge Ibaka delivered a blatant nut shot to Blake Griffin on Sunday, the likes of which Kobe Bryant commented ”I probably would have smacked him in the mouth.” The shot was so blatant and so dirty, just check it out for yourself:
I was expecting a major fine and at least a 1 game suspension...
Dwight Howard left a bad taste in many Orlando Magic fan’s mouths. In a recent interview with Kristine Leahy of CBS/KCAL 9, Dwight has assured that time won’t diminish the bitter taste left for Magic fans to consume with these comments about his former team:
“I always tell people, like hey, my team in Orlando was a team full of people who nobody wanted, and I was the leader...
Dwight Howard attempted to improve his public image by sitting down for a recent interview with KCAL/CBSLA, but the Los Angeles Lakers center may have actually done the opposite. Howard has angered a lot of his former teammates by saying the Orlando Magic was a team “full of people nobody wanted” and that he led it with a smile on his face. JJ Redick is one of those former teammates...
Dwight Howard has received backlash from former Orlando Magic teammates because of his comments saying they were "a team full of people nobody wanted."
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka received a flagrant-1 foul on Sunday when he hit Blake Griffin near the groin (video of the play here) during his team’s win over the Los Angeles Clippers. It is unclear whether Ibaka hit Griffin in the man region or not, but it certainly looked like the swing itself was intentional.
After the game, Ibaka insisted that he was not trying...
Serge Ibaka flagrant foul on Blake Griffin for hitting him in the nuts
during the Oklahoma City Thunder's 108-104 win over the Los Angeles
Clippers yesterday. We all know Serge is known for his rebounding abilities, so I guess Blake Griffin will think twice next time he tries to take one away.
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Jameer Nelson responded Wednesday to Dwight Howard’s disparaging comments about the Orlando Magic, calling the center “unprofessional” for his remarks.
In a recent interview with KCAL/CBSLA, Howard said he took a team in Orlando “full of people nobody wanted” and led them to the NBA Finals. Howard was probably exaggerating for effect because he was trying to remind everyone...
Oklahoma City forward Serge Ibaka has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for striking Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers in the groin area during Sunday's game.
NBA executive vice president for basketball operations Stu Jackson announced the fine Tuesday. The league also upgraded the flagrant foul 1 Ibaka's was given for hitting Griffin as the two battled for position...
Phil Jackson has become a trusted mentor to Dwight Howard with a bad back in common.
Following a Lakers-Thunder game that saw Kobe Bryant injure his elbow but return to action, Kevin Durant refused to feel any sympathy for his team's opponent.
Kobe Bryant told reporters what he would have done if he had been the recipient of Thunder center Serge Ibaka's below-the-belt punch to Clippers forward Blake Griffin.
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