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Best animated gif of the San Antonio and Los Angeles series came from @cjzero on Twitter on Friday night.
Tim Duncan is 97 years old and playing at a ridiculously high title-winning level; while Superman has had his struggles. It’s like the old bull watching the young bull pout after not realizing how hard trying to win an NBA Championship would be.
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This might possibly be one of the greatest Tim Duncan GIF’s of all-time and we have a rather irritated Dwight Howard to thank for it.
As Dwight walked over to the Lakers bench last night, Duncan was shown by ESPN cameras smiling in his general direction:
Tim Duncan trolls Dwight Howard with smile [@CJZero]
Magic Johnson took to Twitter to slam Lakers center Dwight Howard for getting ejected during the second quarter of the team's season-ending loss to the Spurs.
Dwight Howard was ejected from Sunday’s Game 4 between the Lakers and Spurs with 9:51 remaining in the third quarter after receiving his second technical of the game. Howard left the game with 7 points, 8 rebounds and 5 turnovers in what may of been his final game as a Laker as he will become a free agent this summer and reportedly explore his options. In a peculiar exchange, Kobe...
One thing, should be made clear. Regardless of how you feel about Dwight’s clown like behavior, 6 hidden Baby Mamas, limited post game and wishy-washy comments, he is still, pretty clearly the best center in the NBA.
He definitely has room for improvement, be it mentally and physically, but he is a very good player. He is going to be a max player wherever he plays next year.
Dwight Howard had an off year in his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He was not the same dominant force that we saw during his eight seasons with the Orlando Magic. In particular, Howard was not given as much recognition for his defensive play.
Howard battled injuries all season long and did not establish himself as a dominant post presence until late in the season. After...
Magic: "I've never let my team down"
Dwight Howard was ejected from Game 4 between the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs at Staples Center after receiving his second technical foul, and two notable occurrences happened afterwards.
With the Lakers down 55-34 in the third quarter, Howard got tangled with Aron Baynes. He appeared to be upset about not getting a call and he must have said something to an official...
The Los Angeles Lakers traded for Dwight Howard over the summer, but that might not be enough to re-sign him this offseason.
Dwight Howard pulled a typical Dwight Howard move during Game 4, getting ejected and quite possibly walking off the court as a Laker for the last time.
The speculation all season has been whether or not Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard will re-sign with the Lakers this off-season. Dwight is an unrestricted free agent and with all the trials and tribulations the team went through this season, him leaving for another team is a strong possibility. Now according to ESPNLA, Dwight will at the very least hear offers from...
The Lakers got the last thing they ever needed was Kobe Bryant going down. The second to last thing they needed was to lose Dwight Howard in an elimination game due to a second technical foul early in the second half.
It has been a rough season for Dwight Howard. Heck, its been a rough couple of years for the big man. From his inglorious departure from Orlando to his landing...
Dwight Howard is the gift that keeps on giving.
According to a story courtesy Pro Basketball Talk, Howard, who finished 14th in Defensive Player of the Year voting, said that he found it amusing that Memphis Grizzlies center and brother of his teammate, Marc Gasol, won the award.
The news caused Dwight Howard to say “it’s funny,” but he wasn’t offering his signature smile...
Following the Lakers 103-82 loss to the Spurs, who completed the 4-0 sweep on LA in the opening round Sunday, Dwight Howard called the entire season a “nightmare.”
According to the LA Lakers:
Dwight on this season: “Like a nightmare. It’s like a bad dream and we just couldn’t wake up from it. That’s what it felt like.”
Commonly appreciated for being 6'10" and one of the best three point shooters in the NBA, Bonner's making his money against the Los Angeles Lakers not just from the work he's doing above the arc, but also the work he's putting in down low against Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol.
He played sparingly for most of the regular season, but with Boris Diaw out and...