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Dwight Howard becomes the butt of jokes, again, on Twitter, when he fell on Georges Niang, and his hand touched his back, as fans say it looks like his finger went up something, somewhere #Lakers #LakeShow [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Staff Writer When Dwight Howard was doing his own thing, he was one of the best players in the NBA. People like to forget, or they were too young to remember, that Howard was a frequent MVP candidate. Officially a long time ago, he led some good Orlando

Kevin Durant talks signing with the Nets, considering Knicks and Wizards, time in Golden State, and names top five rappers on Hot 97 [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Staff Writer Arguably, Kevin Durant is the best basketball player in the world. After defeating LeBron James in two consecutive NBA Finals appearances, many felt the baton was passed. Without Kevin Durant in this past year's NBA Finals, the Warriors lost to the Toronto Raptors. Since then, the makeup

Did Lowry really just put up 0 points in Game 1? Kyle Lowry is labeled a certified bum, trash, and a disappointment by Raptors fans after scoring 0 points in #NBAPlayoffs Game 1 vs. Magic, typical playoff mode, as DJ Augustin hit amazing game-winning shot

By Prince Hakeem Staff Writer Every year, fans blamed DeMar DeRozan for how poorly the Raptors performed, in the playoffs. Nevermind the fact that, before DeRozan, the Raptors were never serious contenders. After Chris Bosh spurned the Raptors, DeRozan stayed to build something. With Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan formed a core that

Miles Bridges made his starting debut, for the Hornets, last night, and they beat the Wizards; Charlotte Hornets fans are happy, for once, and want him starting more games

By Prince Hakeem Staff Writer Few NBA franchises have been as disappointing as the Charlotte Hornets. This is a team that has had boatloads of potential, especially during the Kemba Walker era. But, poor decisions, and a refusal to win winnable games has netted the team two playoff appearances. Making the playoffs,

Bradley Beal didn’t beat the Raptors, but #NBATwitter believes he has passed John Wall as the Wizards’ best player, calling him a beast, and fans of other teams say he’s their missing piece

By Jay Rich HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer Entering this season, the Washington Wizards have continued their disappointing stretch. The Wizards were one of the 2017 season's most-impressive teams. After a lousy start, the Wizards finished 49-33, winning their division, for the first time, and made playoff noise. That year, John Wall and