After much hoopla, the self-proclaimed Superman decided to stay in Florida. What were Dwight Howard’s motivation and why were we more bothered with Lebron James’ decision?
As the NBA trade deadline approaches, the central figure of 2012 is Dwight Howard. But what other trades should teams try to make? And which should they avoid?
Not soon after the Orlando Magic defeated the Los Angeles Lakers this past Friday, the rumors began to swirl that the Magic would not cave in to Dwight Howard’s trade demands. Tim Povtak from FoxSportsFlorida reports that the Magic are leaning more and more towards not trading him with the belief being that there’s no […]
It’s been quite a week for the Orlando Magic. They thumped the Lakers. Got thumped while scoring an embarrassingly low 56 points vs. the banged up Boston Celtics. And had their GM essentially challenge Dwight Howard to walk away from $30M in guaranteed money next year. Through all this, the Orlando Magic have quietly put […]
For the past 4 years, Pau Gasol has served as the second scorer for the Lakers. However, given Andrew Bynum’s recent surge, is it time to make changes?
Dwight Howard has identified the Nets, Lakers, and Mavs as his top 3 choices. However, The NBA Realist discusses why the team that makes the most sense for all parties involved is the Chicago Bulls.
A few weeks ago, Michael Pina of Both Teams Played Hard wrote a nice article asking the basic question: “if you could draft one player to start your team today, who would it be?”. This is an interesting spin on the more asked (and usually beaten down) […]
Man, those NBA Playoffs were pretty great, weren’t they? So who’s up for some free agency and trade talk? Oh, that’s right…no one. Instead, we’ve had the game taken away from us for what looks to be quite awhile as the two sides figure out how to divide the pie. Sure, we could spend all […]
After an early playoff exit, the Los Angeles Lakers have some decisions to make.
Chasing 23 Writers cast their votes for 2011 Defensive Player Of The Year.