TAG: NBA Free Agency
Shaquille O’Neal‘s dislike of Dwight Howard has been on full display for years, so it’s only natural that The Diesel had something in the chamber for Dwight after DH officially decided to bounce for Houston.
O’Neal didn’t disappoint, dropping a quote that comes across as pretty belittling and patronizing of Howard. Read More »
Wow. It now appears that all of the momentum behind Dwight Howard and his apparent desire to end up in Houston has now come to fruition.
Although Dwight has not said anything officially – there was some speculation that he was going to announce it on Twitter as soon as today – it is being reported by multiple outlets that he is indeed headed to the Rockets. Read More »
MJ is making moves. [CHECK OUT HIS $21 MILLION HOUSE FOR SALE IN CHICAGO] After a two-day visit with the Charlotte Bobcats, free agent big man Al Jefferson has reportedly agreed to a three-year, $41 million deal with the team.
To make the move possible, the team has to cut some player weight. Read More »
We told you yesterday that J.R. Smith and the Knicks were close to an agreement, and word is breaking now that that New York, has put aside their interest in guys like Monta Ellis and have agreed to terms with J.R. Read More »
Photos via @Lakers Twitter feed
This feels desperate to us – what do you think? The Los Angeles Lakers unveiled a new billboard campaign in the L.A. area urging Dwight Howard to re-sign with the team. Pretty poor timing after this also hit today, but what else can they do besides fire Mike D’Antoni and replace him with a new coach that DH likes in the hopes of him then deciding to stay in L.A.? Read More »
Report: “Little Chance” of Dwight Howard Re-Signing With Lakers, Mavericks and Rockets Officially the Favorites
How much does Dwight Howard reportedly dislike Mike D’Antoni‘s system and playing with Kobe Bryant? So much so that he’s apparently willing to forgo the $30 million more that the Lakers can pay him in free agency (and he’s clearly not worried about Metta World Peace physically keeping him in town). Read More »
Now that Chris Paul apparently got his guy in Doc Rivers (after throwing his weight around to make it happen when the deal was dead), CP3 reportedly plans on keeping up his end of the bargain with the Los Angeles Clippers. Read More »