dwight to the new sonics team!!!
Who cares. Honestly, I'm at the point where it doesn't even matter anymore. As long as he gives it his all to the best of his ability, and then see what he and the Lakers will do come seasons end. All this other stuff is just unnecessary drama that is not even true. I highly doubt the Lakers would allow Dwight to talk about this, especially this early in the season. And either way, I have a hard time believing Dwight is actually running his mouth again after what happened last season.
Dwight Howard needs to serve all of his attention to getting healthier and consistently going out on the court and dominating every time he's out there. Right now he's still able to put up numbers but he's still not quite there yet as far as playing at the level he really should be. Steve's absence has played apart as well and it has really showed how much importance Nash serves to this team, clearly looking like the team's backbone and x-factor and has yet to play in more than 2 games this season..
Does the Nets not having the cap space to offer him a max deal change the fact that espn people are reporting he STILL wants to come here? No it doesnt.Quote:
Originally Posted by KnickaBocka.44:24622481
You remember that time when you said Stern should just give LA the trophy? Lol...Quote:
Originally Posted by Gibby23:24622335
ESPN's Chad Ford suggests that Howard, who famously left the Nets at the altar back in March, still wants to play for them. "He's made that clear," notes Ford, without letting readers know his sourcing.
Lopez and Kobe together :laugh:
The thought alone makes me laugh. I can picture the commercial now:
Brook: "Anything you can do i can do better..."
Kobe: "No you can't"
Brook: "Yes i can!"
Hyper-impose the Nike logo then fade out...
You guys just wont give up, will you?
We all work for ESPN FACTQuote:
Originally Posted by LakersMaster24:24622672
Whatever gets you thru this nightmare season buddy!Quote:
Originally Posted by Gibby23:24622644