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Dwight Howard

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  • Streaking Lakers create a mix of emotions

    Streaking Lakers create a mix of emotions
    One moment, you're covering your eyes and cheering for losses. The next, you're off the couch and cheering for miracles. One moment, Kobe Bryant is missing 13 of 14 shots and Jeremy Lin is turning an important play into a Sesame Street skit —...
  • Boo Chicago's bad news Bears, but don't target their family members

    Boo Chicago's bad news Bears, but don't target their family members
    Disgusting. The Chicago Bears have played awful football in their last two games — losing at New England 51-23, getting a week off to regroup, then losing at Green Bay 55-14. All Bears (even Yogi) deserve derision, led by head coach Marc Trestman....
  • Magic regress, hit low point in loss

    The Magic faced the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night, and it was impossible to tell which team is tanking. The Magic just wiped out the modest progress they had been making. They hit the low point of the season and in the Dwight Howard rebuild —...
  • Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display

    Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display
    No matter what Kobe Bryant thinks of former Magic star Dwight Howard — and his feelings are quite clear after an on-court spat — their split was Kobe's loss. Kobe needed Dwight more than Dwight needed Kobe in L.A. if he wanted to salvage the...
  • Magic need to be as tough as owner

    Magic need to be as tough as owner
    Dan DeVos was talking about his father, Magic owner Rich DeVos, 88, before the club's 105-98 home-opening loss Thursday night to the Washington Wizards. He said Rich's health is good. It might even better than his team's. "He's got a bruise on his...
  • Magic reward Dwight's replacement

    Magic reward Dwight's replacement
    Speaker of the House John Boehner was at Amway Center, but Wednesday was Nik Vucevic Day, unofficially. Low-key and largely quiet, Vucevic is not even the speaker of the Magic locker room. His big smile said it all, though: First, Vooch learned he...
  • Injuries put Magic behind before the start

    Injuries put Magic behind before the start
    After 43 wins the past two seasons, the Magic were supposedly heading into this season looking "to turn the corner," according to club CEO Alex Martins. Waiting around that corner has been an oncoming train. A rebuilding team that needs every break...
  • Hopes and dreams for Lakers collide with realities in season opener

    Hopes and dreams for Lakers collide with realities in season opener
    A Lakers opener that began slowly and soberly ended, in awfully appropriate fashion, with sadness. Midway through the fourth quarter Tuesday, the best young Lakers hope in a season already devoid of much hope fell to the Staples Center floor with a loud...
  • Long-shot Stanley Cup bet leads to tee-ball triumph

    Ryan Totka is the quintessential sports guy: an eternal optimist who won't quit. You may remember him from a few years back, when he spent 15 grand on an ill-fated campaign to get a certain Mr. Howard to stay and play in Orlando. The "Stay Dwight"...
  • Memo to Magic: Start Elfrid Payton at point guard

    Elfrid Payton's hair is unruly but his game is in order. The Magic shouldn't have to deliberate: Start the kid with the chronic case of bed-head. They need to start Payton at point guard when the regular season opens and check back in a decade or so...
  • Magic might look to Hornets for rebuilding tips

    On Monday night, the Magic continue their preseason road tour against a team whose building blueprints they might want to study. We've heard so much about the Magic's desire to emulate San Antonio and Oklahoma City, largely because young GM Rob Hennigan...