Found November 03, 2011 on
We wouldn’t exactly call it airing dirty laundry, but Shaquille O’Neal is definitely getting a few things off his chest now that he’s retired. We aren’t hearing anything new. It’s just that O’Neal is making no mistake about anything: he had some serious problems with Kobe, he left Pat Riley on really bad terms, and [...]
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Shoe sales might be suffering during the lockout, but that won't stop shoe companies from releasing new shoes and selling them to the masses.
Dwight Howard's new adiPower is set to hit the markets with a suggested retail price of $100. Howard probably explains the shoe best:
Yeah, that about says it all. As only Howard could say it too. Shoes are pretty crazy...
One of the things I like the most about YouTube is that anyone can go on there and talk about anything. And in the sneakerhead community, in addition to showing off the collection, this often means reviewing shoes. So inspired by all of them, Dwight Howard gives us an exclusive review of his new signature [...]
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge will host a charity basketball game on Sunday night at the University of Portland.
On Sunday, Portland forward LaMarcus Aldridge will host the Rip City Basketball Classic, an event in which teammates and other NBA players — including Thunder star Kevin Durant — will play in a charity game at the University Portland’s Chiles Center.
Other participants include Blazers players Brandon Roy, Wesley Matthews, Raymond Felton and Jeff Pendergraph, along [...]
Last week, Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard announced on Twitter that Shaquille O’Neal was invited to his charity game. That news seemed odd because, as far as most of us know, Howard and Shaq aren’t friends off the court.
Dwight Howard hears your concerns, especially you Magic fans out there. He appreciates the Stay Dwight campaign, and doesn’t seem like he really wants to leave. It’s as if he’s slowly being pulled away towards the big city – L.A. or New York. He wants to show he cares. So come Nov. 13, he’ll be [...]
Some of the big names who are expected to take part in LaMarcus Aldridge’s exhibition game this Sunday night have been announced. The Oregonian reports: “The University of Portland announced Monday that Aldridge will host a charity game Sunday at the Chiles Center, confirming the news the Trail Blazers’ forward announced on Twitter last week. According to a release from UP...
Note: since there is no basketball, and we were supposed to have games, we will imagine there were games. With the help of AccuScore, Strat-o-Matic and Basketball Prospectus, we can imagine an NBA season even if there is not one actually going on. So with that, we begin to imagine the 2011-12 season.
One thing is certain after one game. The Magic need Dwight Howard on the floor...
When the NBA released its schedule for the 2011-12 season back in July, we all got excited. I mean, who wouldn’t? A new season means a fresh start before any true delusions of grandeur set in. “Believe me, the T-Wolves could go 82-0!” “Why wouldn’t the Magic trade us Dwight Howard for Theo Ratliff?!” “I [...]
Northwest hoops blogger Steve Lee had a day dream the other day, or was it a nightmare. As the Portland Trailblazers welcomed the Denver Nuggets in for their 2011/12 home opener. Did it really happen? The stadium and the game remain locked out, at least until the end of November and most likely beyond. No Brandon Roy, LaMarcus Aldridge, or Greg Oden...yet.
Frustrated over the state of labor negotiations, dozens of NBA players including Dwyane Wade and Dwight Howard are prepared to push for decertification of the players association next week, according to multiple reports Thursday night.