Bryant shared this photo on his Instagram account after news broke that Howard was heading to the Houston Rockets. Oh, snap!
…is rein in the tedious and over-the-top recruiting of comically entitled free agents.
He certainly does rep hard for his city and go hard for his hood.
Dwight Howard, go to your room.
Seems like a weird way to spend your money, but to each his own!
The funniest moment of the night.
“It’s okay, guys, the real season doesn’t start until February.”
The Lakers continue to spin out of control.
Kobe Bryant explains why.
Three pieces of evidence that indicate Dwight Howard’s Lakers teammates might actually rejoice if he left for another team.
D’Antoni and Steve Nash love each other. D’Antoni coached Kobe Bryant in London. Pau Gasol is from the same continent as Italy. This is perfect!
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but the guy actually seems to have the right idea.
The new Lakers point guard continues to show that he’s one of the funniest players in the league.
It didn’t take long for Dwight to make friends.
This may be the only thing that could torpedo the Lakers season.
Seeing them all together at L.A.’s Media Day is a bone-chilling experience for fans of any of the NBA’s 29 other teams.
It’s been 18 years since the last quadruple-double. Basketball wants one. It needs one. So who’s going to give it to us?
On Jimmy Fallon last night, Harden and Durant, fresh from the London Olympics, were asked about the conference-rival Lakers. They don’t seem too worried.
The success of next year’s Los Angeles Lakers will be measured by one thing: whether they win a championship. And against their main competitors for that prize, Miami and Oklahoma City, new star Dwight Howard has been pretty successful.
The deal looks to be done. We now live in a world where four of the Lakers’ starting five are Steve Nash, Pau Gasol, Dwight Howard, and Kobe Bryant. Great.
Brook Lopez, the main piece in the Brooklyn Nets’ proposed trade package, isn’t as good as Dwight Howard. But he’s tall, and that’s apparently enough for the Magic.
Because when you write angry letters condemning superstars being able to choose where they want to play, you probably shouldn’t turn around and facilitate Dwight Howard going to Brooklyn.
As free agency stumbles to a start, the Brooklyn Nets are attempting to assemble a Deron Williams/Joe Johnson/Dwight Howard/Gerald Wallace juggernaut. And it’s great.
Carmelo Anthony, Scottie Pippen, Dwight Howard, Chinese actors, some sort of weird virtual reality narrative, and I just don’t know.
Abandon all hope, ye who enter Orlando.
Remember when he was seen as a good guy?