It seems the Nets have some company in the Dwight Howard sweepstakes.
When word got about the Joe Johnson trade, the general sentiment was that all but ended any chance of Dwight Howard patrolling the paint in Brooklyn any time soon. Not so fast my friend.
Not even a new general manager in Orlando could quell the Magic’s ongoing Dwight Howard drama. The All-Star center still really, really likes the idea of playing with the Nets.
I understand why it would sound nice to play in his native Canada, but a championship has to be the priority for a two-time MVP that doesn’t have a ring.
Dwight Howard demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets when he met with Magic GM Rob Hennigan on Friday night.
Phil Jackson described the Knicks as “clumsy” and said “they don’t fit well together” on HBO’s Real Sports.
Ann Liguori gives the rundown on American athletes who are making us proud.
The NBA playoffs serve as a huge reality check for teams, showing them their true weaknesses and where they have to get better if they want to win a title.
It seems the Dwight Howard drama isn’t over in Orlando. You know what that means? Trade speculation involving the Brooklyn Nets is about to start all over again.
The Bulls are hard to figure. At times, they seemed to play better without Derrick Rose. I wonder how easily he will slide back into that team, considering how he dominates everything the Bulls do on offense.
The playoffs are only about two weeks away, and there has been some serious power-shifting going on in the NBA. Let’s take a look at some of the trends and other quirky stories as we head into the playoffs.
Stan Van Gundy, Isiah Thomas, and Bobby Petrino show we can’t always find solace in our sports, where the ends too often justify the means. And the kind of men we worship as kids too often turn out just like us as adults.
And you thought the Knicks had drama? The Orlando Magic made Carmelo Anthony & Co. look like small-town theater on Thursday.
Carmelo Anthony scored 19 points, Tyson Chandler had 12 points and 12 rebounds and the New York Knicks defeated the Orlando Magic 96-80 on Thursday night.
Ewing has paid his dues. Now he’s ready to lead his own team.
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