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Great video just came my way of a little kid in Houston responding to Shaquille O’Neal’s diss of Houston. The local ABC affiliate has footage of a VERY VERY animated kid. The kid was upset at Shaq for calling Houston a “little town”, comments which he did back track on later. The child made sure Shaq knows “Don’t ever disrespect Houston again”. I’m pretty sure these two will be meeting up sooner or later, Shaq will not pass on the publicity. (H/T @Wifi4Knicks for the link) The post VIDEO: Houston kid responds to Shaq appeared first on My Sports Rumors.
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The Boston Celtics announced today that they have waived forward Kris Joseph.
Joseph, a 6'7" forward, was originally drafted by the Celtics with the 51st overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. He appeared in 10 games split between Boston and Brooklyn and totaled 11 points and nine rebounds over 54 minutes. Joseph also appeared in 27...
Photo courtesy of http://www.infodeportemurcia.com According to a tweet from Marc J. Spears, an NBA writer for Yahoo Sports, the Boston Celtics have signed Brazilian center Vitor Faverani. Spears tweeted the following earlier this afternoon. Brazilian center Victor Faverani has agreed in principle to sign a three-year deal with the Celtics, a source told Yahoo! Sports. He stands...
When Dwight Howard announced he was shunning the Lakers and signing with the Houston Rockets, many people took this as a sign that Howard never felt comfortable in the spotlight in Los Angeles. Shaquille O’Neal, who himself played for the Lakers, was one of those who felt this way, saying that he expected Howard to sign with the Rockets, because, as Shaq put it so eloquently, it...
Basketball fans in Houston are pretty happy about their team's latest acquisition, and have had no trouble telling people about it. At the same time, fans and personalities out of Los Angeles have been just as open (if not more so) about bashing the former Laker for skipping out and going to a "little town like Houston."
One kid had enough and decided when...
Dwight Howard has left the city of angels, and with it, he’s dropping the nickname that has followed him since his days in Orlando.
According to USA Today, Howard now will be referred to as Rocket Man.
“He’s not Superman anymore. He’s Rocket Man now,” longtime Rockets broadcaster Bill Worrell said Saturday as he introduced the team’s major free agent acquisition.
ESPYS host Jon Hamm took a playful shot at Dwight Howard and his decision to leave LA for Houston during his opening monologue Wednesday night. Hamm drew boos from the LA crowd when Howard’s name was brought up, which then turned to hysterics, even from Dwyane Wade, as he introduced Dwight Howard’s greatest moments as a Laker and then cut to a zero second clip.
Boston Globe Celtics gain valuable trade exemption in Nets deal - Baxter Holmes explains how the C's now have an extra $10.3 million to use. Boston Herald Brad Stevens set for C's experience - Mark Murphy shares some quotes from the new head coach regarding not being that much older than his players. ESPN Boston Brad Stevens Already on fast break - Chris Forsberg discusses...
After Dwight Howard left the bright lights of Los Angeles for the city of Houston, Turner Sports analyst Shaquille O’Neal made a reference to Houston being a “small town“.
At the Houston Rockets rally for Dwight Howard, one small Rockets fan decided to sound off in front of a video-recording device about Shaq disrespecting Houston:
Young Rockets fan warns Shaq [The Big Lead]
According to several reports, the Celtics have agreed in principle to sign Brazilian center Vitor Faverani to a three-year deal.
Faverani averaged 9.3 points (59.4% from the field), 4.6 rebounds and shot 79.3 from the line in 17 minutes per game for Spain Valencia Basket last season.
Faverani is 6-foot-11 and 260-pounds and will play for the Brazilian national team this summer...
For most of his NBA career, Metta World Peace has been a brick wall on defense. If he ever finds himself without an NBA team in needs of his services, he might take his skills to a place they know a thing or two about walls — or one Great Wall, anyway.
World Peace, who is rumored to be in discussions to join the Knicks after the Lakers amnestied him last week, has spoken with Yao...
Would you want Scal as the Celtics coach?
RT @MrTrpleDouble10: Scal said he half-jokingly called Ainge as soon as Doc was gone to ask about job. Ainge told him he was 4th on his list
— Jay King (@ByJayKing) July 16, 2013
Alright. I know this was probably a joke, but let's say it wasn't. Would you want Scal as the Celtics coach? For anyone that reads my posts...
While covering the Las Vegas Summer League, CSNNE's Jessica Camerato caught up with New Orleans Pelicans second year guard Austin Rivers, who's averaging 19.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 3 assists through two games. Rivers had this to say about his father's departure from Boston:
Austin Rivers on Doc: "It was so tough for him to leave (the Celtics). It made him...
Danny Ainge has made it clear that he is taking all calls from other teams about Rajon Rondo, even if he is not making any calls himself. He might want to rethink his policy after this one.
The Detroit Pistons reportedly are interested in Rondo, but their trade offer is somewhat laughable. The Pistons, who recently signed Rondo’s buddy Josh Smith, would like to send third-year...
One can only hope the ashes have died out after the demise of this past Lakers season. Unfortunately the latest string of comments to come out of the Dwight Howard saga might have added a little gasoline to the fire.
It seems everyone lately has taken some parting shots at Howard including Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Shaquille O’Neal, and even Ice Cube. Their gripe has...