After a quality draft class and with what looks like a contending roster still in place, don't expect the Houston Rockets to sit around and do nothing over the course of the next few months. No, the Rockets, even with Dwight Howard,Show More Summary
Holders of the fifth pick in the 2015 NBA draft, the Orlando Magic and general manager Rob Hennigan have made it clear they're tired of drafting in the lottery. After patiently rebuilding in the wake of Dwight Howard's trade demand,Show More Summary
It's been three full seasons since the Orlando Magic traded Dwight Howard, and their rebuild under general manager Rob Hennigan appears to be stuck in neutral. The roster has been reshaped around a collection of young and talented pieces, but that work has yet to coalesce into a critical mass of forward progress. Show More Summary
The Lakers head into this offseason at perhaps the franchise's nadir. Their front office has mangled nearly every decision since the beginning of the Dwight Howard era, starting with its treatment of Howard himself and continuing on down the line. The Kobe Bryant contract. Show More Summary
Dwight Howard is a champion, no matter what anyone says. Howard might not make the cut as an NBA champion just yet, but when it comes to wearing giant foam hats, he's No. 1. The Houston Rockets center attended the Houston Astros game against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday, and his choice of attire was exactly what we expected from the big man. Show More Summary
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard will miss the team's first 2015-16 regular-season game after a foul from the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors was upgraded to a flagrant, leading to a one-game suspension. The...Show More Summary
Dwight “I am still a champion” Howard will sit out the first game of the 2015-16 season due to a suspension, the NBA announced Friday morning. Howard’s foul—a left forearm The post Dwight Howard Suspended for Forearm Shiver to Andre Iguodala’s Throat (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard has been suspended one game without pay for collecting his fourth Flagrant Foul point of the 2015 NBA postseason, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations.
The Houston Rockets finally shuffled their way out of the postseason on Wednesday night. The team's Game 5 loss to the Golden State Warriors was expected if not inevitable, and a long-building frustration seemed to be seeping out ofShow More Summary
Despite yet another devastating postseason exit, Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard is keeping his head held high. The big fella scored 18 points and pulled down sixteen rebounds in Game The post Dwight Howard: ‘I Am Still a Champion’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Dwight Howard brought his A-game. James Harden, not so much. In the end, it didn't really matter what the Houston Rockets stars were doing. Stephen Curry had no interest in going back to Houston. Curry scored 25 points and Klay Thompson...Show More Summary
Dwight Howard could miss Houston's next playoff game after picking up his seventh technical foul of the playoffs.
HOUSTON — No one doubted the danger that rose with the flood waters outside the Toyota Center. Houston had been through this too often to dismiss the warnings as just television news hysteria, as can be done with other storms in other cities. We know what comes when the bayous swell and the streets turn to rivers. Show More Summary
The NBA announced Tuesday night that Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard won’t be suspended for Wednesday night’s do-or-die Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals; the League will not upgrade The post Dwight Howard Avoids Game 5 Suspension for Elbowing Andrew Bogut (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Rod Thorn, the N.B.A.’s president for basketball operations, said in a statement that Howard was trying to free himself from Andrew Bogut when Howard “recklessly hit him in the face.”
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was assessed a flagrant-1 foul for elbowing Golden State Warriors counterpart Andrew Bogut in the head during Houston's 128-115 victory on Monday. The NBA's president of basketball operations, Rod...Show More Summary
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard will not be suspended for Game 5 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors after the NBA decided to uphold his flagrant 1 foul.
Dwight Howard received a flagrant-1 foul early in the third quarter of Monday night's Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals after throwing an elbow at Andrew Bogut 's head. If the call were to be upgraded to a flagrant-2 after further official review, Howard would be suspended due to his accumulation of flagrant fouls. Show More Summary
Many were in a celebratory mood after the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals Monday night, but that changed when some, including All-Star center Dwight Howard, were strandedShow More Summary
A day after Al Horford earned a flagrant-2 and an ejection for dropping an elbow on Matthew Dellavedova, Dwight Howard avoided getting tossed for elbowing Andrew Bogut in the face during the Houston Rockets' Game 4 win over the Golden...Show More Summary