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adidas Basketball shines the spotlight on Dwight Howard, Jrue Holiday, Tim Duncan and others who wiill debut special NBA All-Star editions of the D Howard Light, adizero Crazy Light 2 and the all-new Crazy Fast at the All-Star Game in Houston.
"Kobe's black turtleneck = depressed version of the all white LA Times outfit.
It has been a few months since I was finally able to extinguish the last of my raging hatred of Dwight Howard for what he did to my beloved Orlando Magic, but I’m actually glad that I can look at him in a new, unbiased light.
In one of the better “Boys will be boys” stories of this early sports year, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony reportedly took offense to something that Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett said to him during Boston’s 102-96 victory on Monday night.
Back in 2011, when we were all a little younger and more precious, I did a little digging to answer an age-old question from people who aren’t Los Angeles Lakers fans – <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/05/james-goldstein-is-my-new-hero">“Hey, who’s that old dude who dresses like a blind cowboy?”</a> The answer, of course, was James Goldstein and the question was raised after he showed up to a game with that lovely young lady above.
Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard aren't happy campers, let <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/brooklyn-benefactors-kobe-howard-feud-fuel-dwight-nets-deal-article-1.1234685">the word on the e-streets</a> tell it.
Here's a video of Chris Paul throwing down a two-handed dunk.
It is not an easy task to put together a list, such as the Greatest Sports Moments of 2012, specifically because so many things happen in any given year that it’s all but impossible to universally gauge which one event or person is greater than another.
Slam dunks happen, and when they do, it's important to know which one was best.
On Wednesday night, Kobe Bryant added another notch to his already full belt of achievements.
Usually we spend our mornings focusing on one highlight that epitomized the great games of the previous night.
In the style of our non-stop <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/07/the-miami-heat-cannot-beat-children" target="_blank">KIDS BEATING THE MIAMI HEAT AT BASKETBALL</a> coverage comes this clip of Bailey, lion mascot for the NHL's Los Angeles Kings, out-shooting Dwight Howard, a guy who gets paid to win at basketball.
Despite me watching it last night, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=isPm79xTzM4">the NBA posted its new “BIG Color” commercial on YouTube today</a> to celebrate both the holiday season and the surprisingly plain jerseys that some teams will be wearing on Christmas day.
I considered writing my normal wordy intro paragraph about how Taiwan Animation is the weirdest thing in the world, citing examples from the stories we've covered and wondering how two Taiwanese ladies with 3rd grade computer animation skills could get to the heart of a story better than a nation of aged sports reporters, but I'll let this image do all that for me: Additional highlights, if you aren't already watching, include: - Phil Jackson as the zen, levitating version of The Mandarin from 'Iron Man' - A swinging jazz soundtrack - The Lakers having fruit thrown at them because they're trying to play basketball with walkers (try to figure out which one's supposed to be Steve Nash.
As we’ve previously discussed, one of the latest post-NBA projects of legendary center Shaquille O’Neal <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/10/shaquille-oneal-dwight-howard-feud">is the Comedy Shaq Channel on YouTube</a>, which he is apparently trying to turn into a new version of the classic Def Jam series.
The worst news for the Los Angeles Lakers today should have been that <a href="https://twitter.com/Mike_Bresnahan/status/266965775087177728">Devin Ebanks was arrested on suspicion of a DUI this morning</a>.
There are few things sweeter than a Dwight Howard airball.