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Dwight Howard introduces himself to Kristaps Porzingis

Every rookie hit’s a wall at some point, and tonight against the Houston Rockets, Kristaps Porzingis met Superman.  Porzingis has been enjoying his first few months in the NBA. Tonight, things were a bit different as Porzingis received his first welcome to the NBA moment from the hands of Dwight Howard. Yes, that Dwight Howard a.k.a. the artist formerly known as Superman...
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Dwight Howard Dunks All Over Kristaps Porzingis

Dwight Howard officially welcomes rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis to the league the old fashion way, by dunking all over him. With the help of an alley-oop pass from Marcus Thornton. The post Dwight Howard Dunks All Over Kristaps Porzingis appeared first on Hooped Up.
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Dwight Howard takes Kristaps Porzingis to school with ridiculous alley-oop (VIDEO)

New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis has become the toast of the NBA and it seemed it was only a matter of time before the Zinger got burned. Against the Houston Rockets on Sunday, the 7’3” Latvian met his match when fellow big man Dwight Howard manhandled the rook with this two-handed alley-oop over the Knicks sensation. Howard's had enough of the NBA talking...
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Dwight Howard destroys Kristaps Porzingis on alley-oop slam

Kristaps Porzingis has made a habit of throwing down dunks over opposing big men this season, but he got a taste of his own medicine in Sunday night’s game against the Rockets, courtesy of Dwight Howard. Howard has been criticized in the past for being “soft,” just ask Kobe Bryant, but he showed he was anything but that in overtime of Sunday night’s game. Marcus Thornton...
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Report: Rockets hoping Dwight Howard will be cleared to play all back-to-back games

Superman could be providing Houston with more help soon. Bill Baptist Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty ImagesHouston Rockets center Dwight Howard has been limited to start the season, sitting out multiple back-to-back games so far this year. While that isn't the only factor to Houston's poor start, not having Howard in the lineup at all times hasn't been easy on the chemistry for the...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dwight Howard gets rejected by rim, takes a spill

Houston Rockets big man Dwight Howard ran into an opponent he could not overpower in Wednesday’s game against the Trail Blazers—the rim. Howard tried to throw down an alley-oop and it looked as if he had an easy bucket. However, he couldn’t get the ball over the rim, and that’s when the epic fail happened. Howard was stuffed by the rim and then fell down on the court.
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WATCH: Dwight Howard laughs, responds to heckling fan

Los Angeles still isn’t happy about Dwight Howard’s time with the Lakers. Despite Howard starting in 76 games, starting the All-Star game and leading the league in rebounds, the Lakers finished with an underwhelming 45-37 record and were swept out of the playoffs in the first round. Howard, then just 27, left the team in free agency to sign with the Houston Rockets after L...
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WATCH: Harrison Barnes posterizes Dwight Howard

Oh man, what a dunk! The post Watch: Harrison Barnes posterizes Dwight Howard appeared first on Crossover Chronicles.
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October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-Magic CEO: Dwight Howard compared himself to Jordan, Ali

There's a fine line between confidence and hubris. There's also a good chance Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard fails to recognize that line.According to former Orlando Magic CEO Bob Vander Weide, before the Magic traded Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers in the Summer of 2012, D-12 compared himself to Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela."When he told me he was an icon...
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October 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Howard says he played through torn MCL, meniscus in playoffs

If Rockets center Dwight Howard truly is Superman, balky knees must be his Kryptonite. After a 2014-15 regular season in which Howard missed 41 games with various ailments, the eight-time All-Star recently revealed that his lingering knee problems reared their ugly head again during the playoffs in a much more serious way. On Thursday, Howard...Read More
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October 09, 2015  |  Discuss

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