The Houston Rockets have two players that cracked my top-10. Watch out for the duo of James Harden and Dwight Howard.
Tuck and O'Neill explains why Dwight Howard is upset at The Magic.
Dwight Howard again comes off looking bad, but he isn't the only one who made a poor decision.
This is an interesting and strong criticism, which points out an important issue in how we assess players. As a baseline: Let us all agree Kareem is right. Dwight Howard has flaws that are fairly easy to spot. That’s
Dwight Howard’s struggles at the free throw line are well known. Turns out the problem may be his eyes — and the fact he’s using them. Howard challenged Houston Rockets teammate and 84.2 percent free throw shooter James Harden
Good Samaritan Steve Nash and badass Kobe Bryant are actually a lot alike. They view themselves as underdogs who, bottom line, have worked their tails off to achieve greatness through nontraditional career paths. So when those legends get lined
HOUSTON – Everywhere you turn in Houston, there’s no mistaking the fact that Dwight Howard has officially arrived. His Godzilla-sized likeness is plastered on a four-story tall poster just outside the Toyota Center that reads “Legacy of Bigs,” with
Hakeem Olajuwon raved about Dwight Howard and Jeremy Lin, claiming that the Houston Rockets duo is “very deadly.” Dwight Howard and Jeremy Lin will be “very deadly” as teammates in Houston, Hakeem Olajuwon said. Olajuwon, a Hall of Fame
With age catching up to Kobe Bryant and Dwayne Wade, see where I ranked them among the young studs in my top 5 2013-14 shooting guards pre-view.
While its been documented Dwight Howard's relationship with Kobe Bryant was rocky, a run in I had with both players during last years All-Star weekend in Houston (ironically) gave me great insight on what went wrong.