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Does Dwight Howard Care About Winning?

Remember how much Dwight Howard used to smile? That doesn’t seem to happen so much anymore. [caption id="attachment_14905" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: Gary W. Green, Orlando Sentinel[/caption] Believe me, I’m more tired of hearing about Dwight Howard than 90% of the country. It’s all I’ve heard on LA sports radio for the last month, but there’s one question I haven’t heard addressed yet: ...

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Where The Lakers Go From Here

Obviously the Lakers season did not end the way were hoping…not even close. They had to know they were a long shot to make the Finals even with a completely healthy roster, but a first round sweep?? Ouch… Now Dwight Howard becomes a free agent who will, despite a trashpile of a season, earn max money next year. Kobe has vowed to come back, but no one knows when that will be or if he will even resemble the p ...

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Orlando’s Dwightmare: The Return Of Dwight

The Sunshine State, the place where the beaches meet the orange groves, where Parrot-heads and tourists were born, where retirees come to die. Right in the heart of this great state is the former home of Lakers star Dwight Howard. The place where basketball was left to die in the Florida heat. In the biggest basketball move of the offseason, Dwight was traded to the Lakers and so ended another reign of bask ...

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3 Reasons the Los Angeles Lakers Should Trade Dwight Howard

The Los Angeles Lakers were expected to be among the NBA’s elite during the 2012-13 NBA season. Clearly, those expectations have all but evaporated now. Adding future Hall-of-Famers like Dwight Howard and Steve Nash along with solid players like Antawn Jamison and Jodie Meeks looked great on paper. However, it is apparent now that this combination does not work on the court. [caption id="attachment_12430" a ...

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Who Has a Better Shot at the Postseason: Lakers or Celtics

[caption id="attachment_12052" align="aligncenter" width="610"] via jackofallthoughts.com[/caption] Thirty-three NBA titles. Six future hall-of-famers. The greatest rivalry in NBA history. The two most storied franchises in NBA history have only missed the playoffs in the same year once (1993-1994), and yet, here we are a little more than half way through the 2012-2013 season, with the Celtics barely holdin ...

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A Good Franchise Gone Bad

At the beginning of the season, it seemed like the Lakers had it all. Kobe Bryant, one of the best players in NBA history. Dwight Howard, who is widely considered as the best center in the game. Steve Nash, who will end his career as one of the top three assist leaders in NBA history. Pau Gasol, one of the top five international players to ever play the game. Not to mention a supporting cast that included M ...

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3 Reasons It Will Take Time For the New Look Lakers To Find Team Chemistry

The Los Angeles Lakers are off to a rocky 1-3 start in the 2012 NBA season, and their team chemistry is still at least a month away from hitting its peak. However, there is no need to hit that panic button quite yet Lakers fans. After losing the first three games of the year by an average of nine points, Los Angeles finally turned it around in an impressive showing against the winless Detroit Pistons on Sun ...

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