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Dwight Howard could be playing basketball in the Lone Star State in 2013-14.
The star center will visit the Rockets and Mavericks after NBA free agency starts on July 1, according to ESPN.com. Howard has been recruited by Houston guard James Harden since the Rockets’ season ended.
To free up some cap room for Howard, the Rockets plan to trade 2012 No. 5 overall pick Thomas Robinson, according to an April report by ESPN. The rookie forward averaged 4.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and 15.1 minutes in 70 games this season. Robinson was traded from the Kings along with Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt for Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich.
The Rockets and Mavericks could offer Howard a four-year, $90 million contract. The Lakers could give Howard a five-year deal worth $120 million.
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I don’t understand why God didn’t direct Howard to wear some condoms? Considering all the secret children he has (5 confirmed maybe a 6th on the way).
With that being said, here is what Dwight Howard to say about his impending free agency decision.
“It’s free agency and I have the opportunity to choose where I’m going to play,” he said. “God opens doors, and I’m relying...
It's unknown whether or not if Dwight Howard will stay or leave the Los Angeles Lakers during the offseason, but the Houston Rockets are already preparing for the arrival of Howard, as the team is preparing to trade away players to make room for the All-Star center.The team is ready to ship out Thomas Robinson in order to create enough cap space to offer Howard the maximum contract...
Dwight might want to invest in seeing a surgeon about a vasectomy. but let’s stick to the basketball side of things.
Howard believes the majority of his problems are mental. Doesn’t matter if it was his free throw shooting or handling the Lakers Fans.
“I have only one problem and it’s between my ears,” he said, while admitting he visited a Lakers’ psychiatrist. “I...
Dwight Howard is a free agent this offseason for the first time in his career and is widely expected to decide between the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks.
"It's free agency and I have the opportunity to choose where I'm going to play," said Howard. "God opens doors, and I'm relying on my faith to direct me.
In a recent offseason interview with the LA Times, Dwight Howard says he considers Mike D’Antoni “a great person” when asked his opinion on his coaching abilities.
According to the Los Angeles Times:
So what do you think of D’Antoni?
“I love him,” he said. “He’s a great person.”
Is he a great coach?
“He’s a great person and I’m glad we had the opportunity...
No difference between “Pause” and “No Homo”. It means you are making a comment someone could see as a “gay”, so you add the “pause” or “no homo” to stress that you aren’t gay.
NBA didn’t care when LeBron said it, Andrew Bynum or even Dwight Howard during a halftime interview.
I forgot though, the NBA only cares when it might affect their pockets. My bad…
According to a Yahoo! Sports report released Thursday afternoon, the Houston Rockets are in the process of shopping Thomas Robinson and his 3.52 million 2013-14 salary in order to clear cap space to sign Dwight Howard.
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I could be wrong, but I believe that Dwight Howard simply can’t handle the spotlight of being on the Los Angeles Lakers and will sign with another team.
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Well, maybe. But it's quite a challenge to for the brick-tossing NBA superstar.
The Rockets intend to trade Thomas Robinson in an attempt to eliminate his salary, thus making room to offer Dwight Howard, who is intrigued by the team, a max contract.
Robinson was the 5th pick of the 2012 draft and was traded from the Sacramento Kings in a multiple player trade at the February deadline to Houston.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
The Houston Rockets are attempting to trade Thomas Robinson in order to create salary cap space in order to pursue Dwight Howard.
The Rockets will accept the best offer to eliminate Robinson's $3.52 million salary for the 13-14 NBA season.
The Rockets would be able to sign Howard to a maximum contract starting at $20.5 million per season.
The Sacramento Kings traded Robinson...