Draft Week trade mania—it’s happening!
Early in the morning before the Atlanta Hawks lost Game 6 of their first round series against the Washington Wizards and got bounced from the playoffs, Hawks center Dwight Howard was pulled over for driving 95 mph in a 65 mph zone at 2:06 a.m.
Dwight Howard is suddenly unhappy with his situation in Atlanta, and the Hawks probably wouldn’t be averse to trading him if the right deal came along. But does anyone really want Dwight?
The Atlanta Hawks had their exit interviews on Saturday, and wouldn’t you know, Dwight Howard spent his pouting.
One of the fun little subplots of the season of the season has been animosity between the Celtics and Hawks. The Celtics have taken the Hawks’ spot of two years ago as prime challenger in the East to the Cavaliers, and feisty point guards Isaiah Thomas and Dennis Schröder have gotten into it about whether or not …
There are plenty of amusing details in Baxter Holmes’s ESPN piece about the NBA’s love of PB&Js, but one anecdote about Dwight Howard’s health in 2013 overhauled my understanding of what the human body can do.
Gah, it must be frustrating being Dwight Howard’s teammate. You’d probably want to vent too after watching that dumb, charmless lunk whip a routine pass at the scorer’s table. But if you yap too hard, as Dennis Schroder did last night, you might end up leaving Steph Curry wide open from three.
James Harden’s 2015-16 season with the Houston Rockets was swallowed up by interpersonal drama and an unwanted transition to a more high-profile lifestyle, according to a new profile by Lee Jenkins for Sports Illustrated.
Russell Westbrook notched his sixth straight triple double tonight against the Hawks, but the best highlight from that game comes courtesy of Victor Oladipo, who climbed Mt. Howard and returned with a scalp.
Dwight Howard had a decent game in a loss to the Suns last night, finishing with 17 points and 14 rebounds in 33 minutes. He also finished with one assist, but as you can see int he clip below, he was very close to finishing with two:
Dwight Howard hears it from fans every time he returns to Los Angeles to play against the Lakers, and last night was no different:
Although the Atlanta Hawks were losing in the second quarter today against the New York Knicks, Kent Bazemore still found a chance to be happy. Marshall Plumlee was having a tough time with Dwight Howard during the possession, and Bazemore could only laugh as he passed to Howard for an easy alley-oop.
Per a report from The Vertical’s Shams Charania, Dwight Howard has signed a three-year, $70.5 million deal with his hometown Atlanta Hawks. ESPN reported earlier this afternoon that Howard had a “really, really good” meeting with the Hawks, and had decided to cancel meetings with a handful of teams that were scheduled…
Probable free agent Dwight Howard continued his soul-baring redemption tour, sitting down with ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan for an extensive interview. Anything about Howard that you’re interested in—his relationships with Stan Van Gundy, Kobe Bryant, and James Harden or his exits from Orlando, L.A., and possible exit from…
Noted doofus and Stickum enthusiast Dwight Howard appeared on Inside the NBA Tuesday night, which had much of our staff preemptively dreading his appearance. What followed was a surprisingly self-aware and measured assessment of his own reputation and motivations. While we shouldn’t overcorrect and absolve him of any…
Dwight Howard and his Rockets got bounced by the Golden State Warriors a few weeks ago, and since then, he’s been quiet about whether or not he’ll opt out of his contract and leave to test free agency. He’s been linked to four teams, but after the ignominious way his team appeared to quit in the playoffs, his…
The Houston Rockets fired their coach after just 11 games this season, finished 41-41, and are the eighth seed in the Western Conference playoffs. That is to say, they’re a mediocre NBA team, and therefore have some glaring problems, or else they would be better than mediocre. They get back-cut to death and have no…
Dwight Howard ended his presser after Houston’s 104-78 thrashing at the hands of the Warriors by dropping the mic. He didn’t pick it back up.
Scandal has ERUPTED in the NBA after Rockets center Dwight Howard was caught using Stickum spray to make his hands all sticky and stuff last night. In the first quarter of yesterday’s loss to the Atlanta Hawks, Paul Millsap was shooting free throws when he got the ball and made this face.