December 1st, 2010

Dwight Howard clowns Derek Anderson

Posted by slammo in Dwight Howard, Funny

In case you missed it, Derek Anderson was caught laughing on the bench during a game when his team was blown out. He was asked about said incident and blew up.

October 29th, 2010

Bad Highlight Night for Dwight Howard

Posted by Admin in Block, Dwight Howard

A pair of Dwight Howard highlights (or should I say lowlights) spread all over the blogosphere today.

1) Cartier Martin Blocks Dwight Howard.

2) Dwight Howard does in-game push ups as punishment for missing freethrows

April 4th, 2010

Dwight Howard Inhales JJ Barea’s Layup

Posted by Admin in Block, Dwight Howard

like a black hole swallowing up a tiny planet, there’s no escape! This certainly is the most impressive block I’ve ever witnessed. (fast forward to the1:40 sec mark)

January 29th, 2010

Dwight Howard Grabs Steal Then Starts Fast Break By Passing to the Ref

Posted by Admin in Dwight Howard, Funny

Dwight Howard makes a nice steal off Kendrick Perkins and throws an outlet pass to a ref! Oops. Dwight realized his mistake right away.

Great come from behind win last night led by Howard’s 11 points in the 4th quarter.

February 23rd, 2009

Dwight Howard’s 75-foot Warmup shot

Posted by Admin in Dwight Howard

he might need to step back a bit before taking freethrows.

February 17th, 2009

NBA Slam Contest’s Top Ten Dunks

1) Michael Jordan pays homage to Dr. J with his freethrow line dunk 1998:

2) Vince Carter’s great showcase in 2000 – 4 total dunks.

Final Round 2000. Elbow Dunk

3) Dwight Howard’s Superman Dunk 2008

4) Jason Richardson’s off the backboard & between the legs dunk in 2004

5) Dominique Wilkin’s Off the Board Tomahawk Dunk 1988 – Classic battle vs. Michael Jordan

6) Nate Robinson’s Kryptonite Dunk over 6’11 Dwight Howard

7) Isaiah ‘J.R.’ Rider’s Between the Legs Dunk, 1994

8) Spud Webb 5’7 – tops Dominique Wilkins in 1986

9) Dee Brown, 1991 – No look dunk

10) Gerald Green’s Cupcake Slam in 2007

January 23rd, 2009

Dwight Howard is the Most Popular All-Star Ever

Posted by Admin in Dwight Howard

Magic center Dwight Howard has something in common with President Barack Obama. Both recently made history.

Howard, who attended Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremonies, became the first player in balloting history to crack the 3 million-vote barrier when he led all players in NBA All-Star Game fan voting.

He finished with a record total of 3,150,181 votes, eclipsing the record of 2,558,278 votes received by Yao Ming in 2004-05.

“When I first heard I was leading in votes, I was shocked to be honest with you,” Howard said. “I really didn’t expect anything considering you have guys like Kobe (Bryant), Lebron (James), and Dwyane Wade. I just thought, ‘Wow, what a blessing.’ That is what I took it as, a blessing from God, and then the fans.’”

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