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NBA Free Agency 2016: Bold Predictions for Dwight Howard, DeMar DeRozan and More

It didn't need much in the way of help, but the 2016 NBA free-agency period got a little boost this week when the New York Knicks decided to trade for Derrick Rose. The Knicks confirmed the move on Twitter, which not only builds hype for free agency to hurry up and get here but impacts where some of the top names on the market could go. Show More Summary

Report: Dwight Howard Would Consider Signing With The Knicks In Free Agency

The New York Knicks sent social media into a frenzy Wednesday afternoon after they traded for Chicago Bulls former MVP point guard Derrick Rose. The move had disgruntled Knicks fans thinking what if next year could possibly be the year.   The Knicks have a Big 3. pic.twitter.com/RZmbzJhKai — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 22, 2016 […]

NBA Rumors: Dwight Howard Interested In Signing With New York Knicks

The New York Knicks have been one of the most talked about teams in the NBA rumor mill so far this offseason, and that will not change in the coming weeks. Phil Jackson is looking to take the Knicks back to being championship contenders and he is well on his way to doing just that.... Show More Summary

Stock up on candy: Dwight Howard is a free agent

Good morning. We have that and more in Wednesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. PARADE DAY: The Cavaliers' championship parade begins at 11 a.m. ET. I imagine it's going to be somewhat eventful. Meanwhile: BEER PONG...Show More Summary

NBA Draft and free agency rumors 2016: Who leads the Dwight Howard sweepstakes?

Howard won't be in Houston next season, so where will he be playing? Plus: Dirk Nowitzki rumors and the Timberwolves' prep for draft night. On July 1, Dwight Howard will be a free agent. The All-Star big man reportedly opted out of the...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard opts out of Rockets contract, set to hit free agency

With the NBA Finals behind us, it’s time to look ahead to the draft, which takes place Thursday, followed by the free-agency period — which just got a little more intriguing with reports that Dwight Howard opted out of his contract and is set to hit the open market. The 30-year-old center declined to pick up an option […]

Dwight Howard Opts Out of Rockets Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

After three up-and-down seasons with the Houston Rockets, center Dwight Howard opted out of his contract Tuesday, making him an unrestricted free agent, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania. Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard Rumors: Houston Rockets Center Opts Out [Breaking]

Dwight Howard rumors suggest the Houston Rockets center is opting out of his deal. These Howard rumors won’t surprise Rockets fans, as it has long been assumed that he would test free agency for a new contract. A report from ESPN.com states that Howard already informed the Rockets of his decision, choosing to decline a... Show More Summary

Realistic 2016 Free-Agency Targets for the Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets are set to engage in their biggest free-agent season since acquiring Dwight Howard in the summer of 2013. With his impending departure and the massive cap boost, general manager Daryl Morey will have a ton of money...Show More Summary

NBA's Dwight Howard Tells Students to Focus on God's Purpose for Their Lives

Dwight Howard says he knows he's blessed to have an NBA career and believes that inspiring the next generation is the best way he can honor God.

NBA Rumors: Dwight Howard To Sign With The Indiana Pacers In Free Agency?

The Indiana Pacers are without question one of the more intriguing teams to keep an eye on as the NBA offseason continues to draw closer. Larry Bird made the decision to move on from Frank Vogel, and hired Nate McMillan as the new head coach. Show More Summary

Rockets on Dwight Howard: ‘We Would Welcome Him Back’

The relationship between Dwight Howard and his current employer, the Houston Rockets, appears to be irreparably damaged. But both sides continue to make diplomatic public statements. Rockets GM Daryl Morey The post Rockets on Dwight Howard: ‘We Would Welcome Him Back’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Dwight Howard: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Rockets Star's Future

While it's unclear what Dwight Howard is thinking as he heads toward free agency, the Houston Rockets remain open to the former All-Star center returning. "He [coach Mike D'Antoni] would welcome him [Howard] back. We would welcome him...Show More Summary

Please, Please Get Dwight Howard a Spot on the Knicks Roster

After reading - or rather, rollercoastering - through Dwight Howard's recent PR marathon, two things became abundantly clear: 1) Dwight Howard needs a PR agent. With all his resources he needs to focus on picking one up ASAP. 2) The Knicks should do everything they can to pick him up. The reasons are pretty simple. Show More Summary

Bismack Biyombo Joins Elite Company with 26-Rebound Performance

Toronto Raptors center Bismack Biyombo grabbed a franchise-record 26 rebounds during Saturday's 99-84 Game 3 victory against the Cleveland Cavaliers, joining Hakeem Olajuwon (twice), Tim Duncan and Dwight Howard as the only players to...Show More Summary

Dwight Howard tells ESPN a fear of failure limits him to the paint

Dwight Howard has long been known for his presence in the paint, a fact for which the Houston Rockets center has been both praised for his consistency and maligned for his complacency. In the latest stop on his recent press tour, Howard explained just why he has yet to stretch his game and opposing defenses. ESPN’s Jackie MacMullen had her thorough Q&A session […]

Dwight Howard says he doesn't take jump shots because he's too afraid to miss

‘So I’d practice and practice them but then I’d be so afraid to take them in a game because I was so worried I would (...)

Dwight Howard Says He Doesn’t Take Jumpers Because He’s Afraid Of Missing & People Talking About Him

If it wasn’t already official, it is now. Houston Rockets C(For now) Dwight Howard has to be the softest guy in NBA history. In 12 seasons in the NBA, Howard has never really expanded his game beyond like 5-feet from the basket and after a sit down interview with ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan, we found out why. […]

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