On Sunday night, in preseason action, the Los Angeles Lakers fell short in their game against the Sacramento Kings. This game was deemed as "important" by a large part of the basketball universe because it was Dwight Howard's first game in the Laker purple and gold, so a ton of eyes were glued to NBA TV's broadcast of the game. Howard didn't
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Wow. So Dwight Howard, the player I can't stand, the man who makes me sick to my stomach, played his first game in LA. Unfortunately he looked great. It was sickening. He played focused and hard and tried to put on a show. It's not surprising that he played hard cause he plays every game his hardest but last season there were times that felt he
I know we're all sick of Dwight. I'm especially sick of him after he just finished destroying my favorite team; but I digress. The other day I was reading the Orlando Sentinel and a writer I greatly respect said Dwight had to get used to being the 4th option. Excuse me, but Dwight is way too good to be the 4th option. I've been watching the
At this point, this debate has been well discussed, analyzed and picked through with a thinned tooth comb. This topic has been on just about every sports radio program, some news radio programs, every TV channel (absolutely every channel) and is the top button issue at every barber shop around the country. And it should be. Let's face it,
I've found myself considering this question a lot lately. Dwight Howard is pretty much the undisputed best center in the league right now, and has been for the last few seasons, all of which he has won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award, and two of the three, he won the rebounding title. He's undoubtedly a great physical specimen,
The Los Angeles Lakers have many roster decisions to make before the next NBA season starts. The core unit is getting older but stilled had surges of brilliance last season. Is the spotlight in the bright lights of LA dulling for Kobe Bryant and company? Remember all the hype the Los Angeles Lakers received during last summers free agency.
Deron Williams was the first big name to commit to Turkey, following Sonny Weems being the actual trend setter and signing a Euro contract. Pau Gasol then committed to Spain and Dwyane Wade said he was considering going overseas too. Joakim Noah committed to France. We saw Brandon Jennings do it for a year in lieu of attending college,