Found January 14, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Shaq’s damn lucky that he’s 7-feet tall and a skilled basketball player, otherwise he might be screwed. While discussing Dwight Howard’s regular-season record 39 free throw attempts against the Warriors Thursday, it was pointed out that Shaq also once matched that number in a playoff game. Shaq was quite proud that he went 18-39 because he was at least over 50%.
Good thing he doesn’t need to work at a cash register. I’m sure he’ll tell you all he needs to be able to count to is four, as in the number of championships he’s won.
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Although the Golden State Warriors are floundering near the bottom of the Western Conference, they're becoming quite adept at knocking off some of the East's top contenders.
The Warriors look to add the Orlando Magic to the list Thursday night at Oracle Arena.
Golden State (3-6) seemed to be headed to a sixth straight defeat Tuesday, trailing Miami by 17 points with 1:15...
Rick Barry has an offer for Dwight Howard. Hell gladly teach him to shoot foul shots underhanded, vowing to up his free-throw percentage to 80.
However, it should be noted Barrys offer isnt one of charity at the charity stripe.
I would do it," Barry, a Hall of Famer who shot close to 90 percent from the foul line in his NBA career using the underhanded method, said by phone...
Dwight Howard just set an all-time NBA record. The record he set was the most free throws attempted in a game. Howard shot 39 free throws in Thursday Orlando’s 117-109 win over Golden State.
The previous record was set by Hall of Fame center Wilt Chamberlain, who attempted 34 free throws in 1962. So his record nearly lasted for 50 years.
For the game Howard finished...
He could make it cool to shoot "granny" styleRunning off at typewriter. …
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Orlando Magic beat the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, 117-109, at Oracle Arena...
Dwight Howard broke Wilt Chamberlain's nearly 50-year-old NBA record for most free throw attempts in a game, making 21 of 39 in the Orlando Magic's 117-109 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night.