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The Lakers beat the Rockets last night thanks to a last-second three pointer from
Kobe Bryant, nope, wait, Steve Blake? Oh, okay. Anyway, the upset — if you can call it that — happened thanks in part to the Lakers employing the “Hack-A-Howard” strategy, a tactic that Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni has said he “hates.” Well, he didn’t hate it enough to not use it, and use it well, last night against his former center.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: We’ll explain why the Houston Rockets are just another stop on the Dwight Howard circus tour. And that there’s no hope for the future.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Explained Why Dwight Howard Sucks, Skip Bayless Applauded Him, Neither Of Them Made Sense
Welcome to SportsGrid’s new Tuesday feature, “Shut Up,” (pronounced: “shut up… comma”) where we add a name after the comma, telling that person to stop saying words, because they’re being stupid. This week, we say: Shut up, Dwight Howard. Kobe Bryant may stab you after what you just said.
Yao Ming stopped by the DR34M Headquarters, where Hakeem Olajuwon’s clothing line is made, this week. While he was there, Yao and Hakeem got a chance to stop and chat about something (probably basketball). It was caught on camera, resulting in this gem of a video, which you can watch after the jump.
The Celtics’ New Players Don’t Look As Happy As The Ones In Los Angeles, Houston, Detroit, and Golden State For Some Reason
The players unfortunate enough to be traded to Boston by the Brooklyn Nets enter a team that is in full-blown rebuilding mode. For that reason, this picture of three miserable former Nets holding up their new green-and-white jerseys exists. All of the other players on new teams around the league look happier for some reason.
Dwight Howard is the Houston Rockets’ prized new center, the team didn’t formally introduce him until a press conference earlier today. Highlights of that press conference after the jump. (Warning: auto-playing videos contained within.)