There's plenty of time left in the entertaining 2013-14 season for elite players to distance themselves from the pack (cough Dwight Howard cough) or rise up into their rightful places (cough Kobe Bryant cough), but a quarter of the season...Show More Summary
Terrence Jones is the Western Conference’s worst nightmare. When the Houston Rockets were able to swing trades and signings for James Harden and Dwight Howard, that was one thing—that was front-office muscle, that was market savvy. But...Show More Summary
Zombies, once out of fashion, apparently are back as the most terrorizing monster the entertainment world can imagine. This comes after a stretch of, oh, 30 years or so of rotting away in obscurity. It’s a remarkable comeback, considering all the advances in cinematics and digitalization. Dwight Howard, in NBA terms, is trying to become a zombie. Show More Summary
Dwight Howard, Houston Rocket forward-center, visited Pastor Kerry Shook's Woodlands Church over the weekend to share his testimony of coming to faith in Jesus Christ, and how an encounter with what he believes was the voice of God solidified his course to the NBA.
No one's shocked the Rockets couldn't find a way to play Dwight Howard and Omer Asik together. Here's how bad the experiment went and the surprise solution Houston found in the process. The Houston Rockets knew what they were getting into when they signed Dwight Howard this summer. Show More Summary
Have you done your Hour of Code yet? Join millions of others at: http://code.org. Cast in order of appearance: Leigha Benford (CS student) Tanya Parker (CS student) Angela Bassett (Actress) Kenna (Recording Artist) Dwight Howard (NBA player) Gregory Shelby
It seems like Dwight Howard needs a hug. After the Houston Rockets' loss to the Phoenix Suns on Dec. 4, Howard was at his mopey best in describing his team's poor showing. Per CSN Houston's Adam Wexler, Howard said: It was piss-poor effort out there on defense and offense. Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets are on a roll, but everyone around the league knows the weakness that will eventually end their streak. It’s their perimeter defense. Dwight Howard was brought to Houston to shore up the team’s stoppers. But on the...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets needed all of one move to be crowned champions of the 2013 NBA offseason. By luring in the biggest —figuratively and literally —free-agent fish in the form of three-time Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Howard,...Show More Summary
Get over here! Dwight Howard of the NBA's Houston Rockets is apparently a Mortal Kombat enthusiast. Here he is re-enacting Scorpion's signature move during pre-game introductions against Brooklyn on Friday. [NBA on YouTube] Read mor...
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard had some fun with teammate Aaron Brooks by doing the Mortal Kombat "Finish Him" fatality in the Rockets' pregame huddle before Friday night's game against the Brooklyn Nets. This routine is certainly...Show More Summary
The Dwight Howard of 2013-14 certainly isn't the same Dwight Howard from his days with the Orlando Magic, and while the Houston Rockets are likely thrilled with his current production, I'm sure they would be even happier if he turned...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets have the most talked about NBA trade piece in their disgruntled Turkish center, Omer Asik. One of the more popular suggestions among league followers is that Asik will be sent to the New Orleans Pelicans for Ryan Anderson, a former teammate of Dwight Howard with the Orlando Magic. Show More Summary
Adidas banked on Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard to carry its basketball brand, but the results have been disastrous as it plays catch-up to Nike.
LOS ANGELES – As blasphemous as this line of thinking is in sports — particularly in the hallowed house of a franchise as storied as the Lakers — there really can be more to life than championships. “It’s a good locker room,” Lakers guard Steve Blake said Sunday night. Show More Summary
With the Portland Trail Blazers enjoying a tremendous start to their season, what puzzle piece could put them over the playoff hump—maybe an Omer Asik ? The writing was on the wall when Dwight Howard rolled into town this past summer. Show More Summary
Dallas' Vince Carter discusses Houston's Dwight Howard and complaining to referees; Brooklyn Coach Jason Kidd speaks on criticism. Now he gets it
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has developed quite the reputation as a front-office cowboy. As if trading for James Harden directly prior to the 2012-13 season wasn't enough, Morey managed to shed all kinds of salary with a slew of moves in the 2013 offseason. Then he landed Dwight Howard, the most coveted free agent of the summer. Show More Summary