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Who Is the Best Player on the Houston Rockets?

James Harden or Dwight Howard? The debate over who is the best player on the Houston Rockets comes down to those two men. In one corner, you have the NBA's best center, while in the other, you have one of the best (if not the best) shooting...Show More Summary

Outside the Spotlight, Is Rockets' Dwight Howard Now an Underrated Superstar?

Dwight Howard is still a very tall man, just shy of 7 feet, with a wingspan and personality to match. He still dominates the painted area of a basketball court. If you are an opposing player or coach, he is still difficult to ignore. And yet something odd has happened in this, his 10 th NBA season. Show More Summary

Is Terrence Jones More Valuable to Keep Than Chandler Parsons?

The Houston Rockets have at least two core members locked down—Dwight Howard and James Harden. But who consistently starts next to them in the title-fighting years to come is a considerably more complicated circumstance. Chandler Parsons and Terrence Jones understand this better than anyone. Show More Summary

How Much of Houston's Playoff Hopes Are Tied to Dwight Howard's Ankle?

The Houston Rockets have to relearn how to play basketball, and they can thank Dwight Howard's left ankle for that. Howard, who has been dealing with ankle inflammation for a couple of weeks, hasn't played since March 27, and we still don't know when the All-Star center will be making his return. Show More Summary

Houston Rockets Campaign for MVP Votes for Both Dwight Howard and James Harden

Few NBA teams have a duo of stars as talented as Dwight Howard and James Harden of the Houston Rockets, and most have only one potential MVP candidate. Toward the end of every season, clubs are usually imploring the media to vote for...Show More Summary

Does Dwight Howard Still Have a Spot in the Defensive Player of the Year Race?

How is it people forget about Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard when listing candidates for Defensive Player of the Year? Did last year’s mess in Los Angeles stain his stature that much? Was it the lingering effects of a back surgery...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard receives NBA Community Assist award for March

Houston Rockets power forward/center Dwight Howard received the March Community Assist Award in recognition of his charitable contributions and efforts in the Greater Houston area, the NBA announced today. The award recognizes an NBA player each month who best reflects the passion that the league and its players have for giving back to their [...]

Why Brooklyn Nets Are Emerging as Legitimate 2014 Playoff Threat

Dwight Howard and Brook Lopez weren't around for Friday night's game, but the Brooklyn Nets' 105-96 victory over the Houston Rockets made a statement all the same. A statement that's been in the making ever since the turn of the year,...Show More Summary

Houston Rockets Need Dominant Dwight Howard for Legitimate Title Push

James Harden and the Houston Rockets are getting a glimpse into their potential without Dwight Howard, and what they're seeing isn't pretty. With Howard alongside Harden, the Rockets are title contenders capable of making a legitimate championship push. Show More Summary

Ten Before Tip: NBA news from Tuesday

> The Rockets, winners of 10 of 14, will try and prevent the Nets from winning a franchise record fourteenth straight home game. They will do so without Dwight Howard, the subject of trade rumors involving the Nets in 2011. Howard has missed three of the last five games with an ankle injury and will sit out what would have been his Brooklyn debut. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard Posts Meme Mocking LeBron James' Hairline on April Fools' Day

April 1 is a day that makes everyone question what they see online, which makes it the perfect day for people to play pranks and crack jokes. Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard found the above meme somewhere and got a good laugh out of it. Show More Summary

Rockets' Howard and Beverley out

Dwight Howard and Pat Beverley will miss the Rockets' game against the Los Angeles Clippers because of injuries.

Ten Before Tip: NBA news from Tuesday

? The Rockets will be without two starters for Saturday's clash with the Clippers, a game with critical playoff implications for both sides. Dwight Howard will miss the contest to rest a sore left ankle, which has been bothering the 6-foot-11 center following a procedure to remove part of a cyst and fluid. Show More Summary

Ten Before Tip: NBA news from Monday

? Houston center Dwight Howard is expected to play tonight after missing the previous three games. Howard has been resting since having a cyst and fluid removed from his left ankle. "He's a go right now," Houston coach Kevin McHale said before the game. Show More Summary

Howard back in the lineup for Rockets

Rockets coach Kevin McHale says center Dwight Howard will be back in the starting lineup when Houston takes on the Charlotte Bobcats.

Rockets' Howard sits out again with sore ankle

Rockets center Dwight Howard is expected to sit out Houston's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers with a sore left ankle.

Can Houston Rockets Win a Title with Current Core?

When stars come together in the NBA, there's always pressure to provide instant results. James Harden and Dwight Howard have played less than a full season together for the Houston Rockets, but there are already questions of whetherShow More Summary

Could Rockets Have Big Three of Carmelo Anthony, James Harden and Dwight Howard?

Since the Houston Rockets are reportedly one of the teams with the best chance of getting Carmelo Anthony this offseason, we checked in with NBA insider Ric Bucher to see how they could make it happen. You can see the Rockets' path to getting Melo in the video above! Read more NBA news on

Video: Dwight Howard feels at home in Houston

Here’s a quick video feature from the league with Rockets center Dwight Howard. The team has a terrific 46-22 record, and Howard is averaging 18.6 points, 12.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game, with 58.9 percent shooting.

Rockets' Howard (ankle) out against Wolves

Rockets center Dwight Howard is out against the Minnesota Timberwolves with a mild left ankle strain.

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