Why’d he stop?
When Dwight Howard first entered the league with the Orlando Magic, he was not a terrible free-throw shooter (67.1 percent). Now, it's pretty much a 50-50 shot when he steps to the line. Perhaps that's because he has gotten away from...Show More Summary
The big man says he's healthy. The post Dwight Howard: ‘My Back Hasn’t Been An Issue’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
With a new number and a new outlook, Howard is looking to rebound from recent disappointing seasons.
The Hawks replaced Jeff Teague and Al Horford with players who can match their individual production but could seriously disrupt chemistry next season. The Atlanta Hawks had an eventful offseason. They traded Jeff Teague before the draft,...Show More Summary
Howard opened up about the Rockets and Harden.
Dwight Howard is back home in Atlanta, and appears to have two major goals: to win a title for the Hawks, and secondly, fix his tarnished reputation. The big fella The post Dwight Howard Says He’s Not a Locker Room Cancer appeared first on SLAMonline.
Former Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Laker, Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard took a page out of LeBron James & Dwyane Wade’s book and went back home to play for his hometown team. On Wednesday, Dwight Howard was formally introduced as a member of the Atlanta Hawks & the three-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year got emotional […]
Dwight Howard has a new team, a new jersey number and a fresh start in his hometown.
An emotional return for Dwight Howard.
Professional basketball player Dwight Howard doled out advice to his fans earlier this week, urging them to reject the negative thoughts that can creep into their mind and lead to insecurity and a lack of confidence.
Newly-acquired Hawks center Dwight Howard has big, lofty goals for his hometown of Atlanta. Howard, 30, says he’s going to do all he can to win an NBA title in The post Dwight Howard Aiming to ‘Bring a Championship Home’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Center Dwight Howard is on his way home after agreeing to a three-year, $70.5 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks on Friday, per ESPN's Chris Broussard. This will be the fourth team Howard will play for as he prepares for his 13th NBA season. Show More Summary
One of the most powerful men in music claims Dwight Howard's failure in Houston was cardiovascular... saying D12 would've needed a "heart transplant" to win a ring in H-Town. TMZ Sports got James Prince -- you might remember him as the Houston rap…
Only think positive vibes.
@ATLHawksPhil it came out very well! pic.twitter.com/8SxzeNg1Ah — Mitchell Kelley (@Mkelley_ATL) July 3, 2016 Free agency can be unforgiving, especially if you own a jersey. While some teams like the Boston Celtics are justifiably ecstatic...Show More Summary
Big move for Boston, landing a versatile, undersized but talented center with a nice outside shot, Al Horford. The Hawks will miss him, but they have Paul Millsap and new addition Dwight Howard up front and so it isn’t surprising that Horford is signing elsewhere. Here’s the Boston Herald blog reporting: In certainly the most expensive free agent [...]
Some lingering thoughts on Al Horford’s departure, Dwight Howard’s arrival and how things set up for the Hawks moving forward. If you missed coverage of Horford’s…
If Day 1 of 2016 NBA free agency was marked by big names staying put (or, in Dwight Howard's case, the opposite), Day 2 was all about players spreading their wings in search of new situations. Al Horford stole the show by signing with...Show More Summary
The Atlanta Hawks followed up the Dwight Howard signing by re-signing wing Kent Bazemore a four-year, $70 million deal. With a crowded front court and a payroll approaching the salary cap, Al Horford’s future with the team is in doubt. Bazemore, who went undrafted in 2012, played for the Golden State Warriors and had a brief stint with the […]