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Dwight Howard Blocks Tyson Chandler's Shot into Stands, Crowd Erupts

It took Dwight Howard just a few minutes to get the Toyota Center crowd on its feet in Game 1 of the Houston Rockets' opening-round series against the Dallas Mavericks, thanks to a big play on the defensive end. Just minutes into the game, Mavericks 7'1" center Tyson Chandler attempted to drive to the basket on the 6'11" Howard. Show More Summary

No Charges Filed Against NBA's Dwight Howard After Abuse Probe

National Basketball Association star Dwight Howard will not face criminal charges in Atlanta related to allegations of child abuse involving his 7-year-old son, police said on Thursday.

Dwight Howard will not face charges in Atlanta

Dwight Howard will not face charges in Atlanta Here’s the Houston Chronicle reporting on Rockets center Dwight Howard, who will fortunately get to focus on the upcoming NBA playoffs instead of off-court issues: Atlanta (Ga.) Police will not press charges of child abuse against Rockets center Dwight Howard, according to Atlanta Police spokesman Sgt. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard Won’t Face Child Abuse Charges

Houston Rockets center avoided some legal trouble from back home in Atlanta, as police elected not to press charges of child abuse against the big fella. A criminal investigation was The post Dwight Howard Won’t Face Child Abuse Charges appeared first on SLAMonline.

Dwight Howard Not Charged with Child Abuse: Latest Details and Comments

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard will not be charged with child abuse following a police investigation into claims he hit his six-year-old son with a belt, Atlanta police announced Monday. "I can confirm we are not moving forward with charges in this case," Sgt. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard in Strange Role as Houston Rockets' Playoffs X-Factor

Dwight Howard is back from injury, but he’s not returning to the same team he had before he went out. Now he’s adjusting his game to accommodate the team, making him one of the most unique X-factors in this year’s postseason. James Harden went from superstar to potential MVP; Terrence Jones is finally healthy and becoming a star in his own right. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard hopes to play 20 NBA seasons

Dwight Howard hopes to play 20 NBA seasons Here’s the Houston Chronicle reporting on center Dwight Howard, who hope to put two decades of NBA work in before he hangs up his sneakers and Superman cape. Dwight Howard said he hopes he can have a career as long as the one his Wednesday night opponent — Tim Duncan — [...]

Dwight Howard Wants to Play for 20 Years in the NBA

Prior to his Wednesday night battle with Tim Duncan, Dwight Howard relayed his admiration for the Spurs legend. Howard, now in his 11th season, says he’d like to play for The post Dwight Howard Wants to Play for 20 Years in the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.

NBA Power Rankings: Spurs and Rockets get hot at the right time

The Spurs' statement victory over the Warriors has them flying up our power rankings. Meanwhile, the Rockets have been rolling with Dwight Howard back. 1. Golden State Warriors (63-14, Last week: 1) The Warriors' 12-game winning streak...Show More Summary

Rockets' Howard rests knee against Kings

Houston center Dwight Howard is out on Wednesday night against the Sacramento Kings.

Dwight Howard Shares Emotional Message for Young Fan Who Recently Died of Cancer

After hearing the news of seven-year-old James Fisher's death, Houston Rockets star Dwight Howard posted a touching message to honor his buddy, with whom he had developed a special bond earlier this season. Back in December, Fisher and...Show More Summary

Is Patrick Beverley Injury Actually a Blessing in Disguise for Houston Rockets?

For the Houston Rockets, it's one step forward and another step back on the injury front. Or is it? Just as Dwight Howard returned from a knee injury, point guard Patrick Beverley is hitting the shelf with a wrist injury. According to...Show More Summary

Ethan Skolnick Plays NBA Fact or Fiction for the League's Biggest Storylines

The NBA playoff seeding is shaking up all around the league. The Houston Rockets are 3-0 since the return of Dwight Howard and have shot up to the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook has kept the Thunder...Show More Summary

Donatas Motiejunas Injury: Updates on Rockets Star's Back and Return

Between Dwight Howard, Patrick Beverley, Terrence Jones and others, the Houston Rockets have been snake-bitten this season in the injury department. Their short-term depth took another hit Friday when Donatas Motiejunas was dealt a physical...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard: 'I Didn't Have an Issue Back Then How Kobe Was'

Dwight Howard wants you to know that he and Kobe Bryant are cool. As in they aren't sworn enemies who will spend the rest of their NBA careers trying to ruin one another. Speaking with's Ben Golliver, Howard tried clearing the...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard's Return Offers Final MVP Test for James Harden

James Harden's loudest MVP argument has already been made. But with the race still too close to call, his campaign could still use a boost. Seamlessly welcoming Dwight Howard back to the fold after his two-month layoff could provide that lift. That absence, of course, is what helped cement Harden's spot at or near the top of the MVP ladder. Show More Summary

Rockets' Howard returns vs. Pelicans

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard is returning from a 26-game absence and has been listed as a starter for Wednesday night's game against the New Orleans Pelicans.

Can the Return of Dwight Howard Take the Houston Rockets to the NBA Finals?

The Houston Rockets finally get their big man, Dwight Howard, back tonight as the Rockets visit Anthony Davis and the Pelicans. In D12's absence, the Rockets have stayed afloat in the West, going 17-9 by using a committee of their power...Show More Summary

James Harden Won’t Change His Game With Dwight Howard Back in Lineup

The Houston Rockets are getting Dwight Howard back for the stretch run heading into the postseason, but don’t expect James Harden to take his foot off the gas. Harden and The post James Harden Won’t Change His Game With Dwight Howard Back in Lineup appeared first on SLAMonline.

Dwight Howard Injury Update: Rockets Star Will Start vs. Pelicans

Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale announced Wednesday that All-Star center Dwight Howard will return to the starting lineup for the team's game Wednesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. The Rockets' official Twitter account reported the news, adding that Howard would play limited minutes. Show More Summary

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