Dwight Howard

2012 NBA All-Star Game: Key Players Who Should Be in Orlando This February

2012 NBA All-Star Game: Key Players Who Should Be in Orlando This February


As seen on Bleacherreport.com I’m sure by now, we all know the NBA All-Star Game isn’t exactly a showcase of the league’s best talent. Over the years, plenty of players have found themselves suiting up to represent their respective conferences without putting in the work on the court to earn their spot on the team. […]

NBA Trade Speculation: 3 Trade Scenarios That Could Improve the Lakers’ Season

NBA Trade Speculation: 3 Trade Scenarios That Could Improve the Lakers’ Season


As seen on BleacherReport.com At 10-7 going into their game on Sunday against the Indiana Pacers in Staples Center, the Lakerscurrently sit sixth in the Western Conference. While it’s not quite time to panic just yet, it seems this lockout-shortened season is having a negative effect on their performance moving forward. This past week featured double-digit losses to […]

Revival of the Big Man: Why the Bynum-Howard Debate is Legitimate

Revival of the Big Man: Why the Bynum-Howard Debate is Legitimate


Ever since the retirement of basketball heavyweights like David Robinson, Dikembe Mutombo, Shaquille O’Neal and Yao Ming, many have pondered the question as to whether or not the big man in the NBA is extinct. Experts have suggested that Dwight Howard is arguably the sole heir to the throne of dominant big men. However, in […]

NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Paul and Dwight Howard’s Futures Still Very Much Unknown

NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Paul and Dwight Howard’s Futures Still Very Much Unknown


The NBA has officially returned and David Stern is back on his B.S. The opening to the NBA off-season this weekend has been nothing short of dramatic. Rumors have been flying left and right about where certain stars may end up by the start of the season. Dwight Howard and Chris Paul have been the […]

The Big Diesel: The Most Dominant Force in NBA History

The Big Diesel: The Most Dominant Force in NBA History


The man of many names announced to all of his twitter followers last week that he would be retiring from the game of basketball after 19 long enduring NBA seasons. Shaquille O’Neal was an unstoppable force in the NBA and could only be slowed down by one person—father time. From the time period of Michael […]

NBA Postseason Predictions


Well it’s been a while since I last updated this site. My last update was before the NCAA tournament even began. Geesh. But anyway… We’re now looking at the NBA postseason and instead of writing an article about each match-up and all of that stuff I’m gonna keep this one pretty concise and quick to […]

C’Mon Stern!!


So apparently, Amar’e Stoudemire picked up his 16th technical foul Thursday night against the Mavericks after getting tangled up away from the basket with Mavericks center Brendan Haywood. From my perspective there was really nothing done that was in fact worthy of a technical–especially considering a 16th technical would result in automatic suspension for Stoudemire. […]