2 Cent Tuesday: NBA Trade Deadline and Dwight Howard

My 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog zeroes in on the NBA trade deadline’s most enticing and equally exasperating player, Dwight Howard. In addition to the chatter surrounding Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kevin Love, New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony and Los Angeles Clippers’ … Continue reading

2 Cent Tuesday: Adidas Offers $200M to NBA’s James Harden

Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday blog poses two obvious questions fiscally conscious basketball fans should be asking. One – does it make sense for Adidas to spend monopoly type money on one NBA star to build its basketball shoe brand? Two … Continue reading

Los Angeles Clippers: Biggest Cry Babies in NBA

For the past few years, Houston Rockets star Dwight Howard has topped my personal list as the NBA’s most irritating cry baby. However, Howard’s disreputable distinction now has a new title owner. In today’s Two Cent Tuesday blog, allow me … Continue reading

Finger Pointing & Tongue Wagging Dominating Sports News

Taunting, finger pointing and tongue wagging have been dominating sports headlines lately. Instead of focusing on their specific jobs, some well known sports personalities have directed their energy in non-productive ways. When they should be comporting themselves as respected sports … Continue reading

The Re-Birth of NBA Center Dwight Howard

Yahoo Sports’ NBA writer Adrian Wojnarowski just posted a feature column on the purported re-birth of Houston Rockets star center Dwight Howard. Woj’s in-depth analysis chronicled the mercurial Howard’s rehabilitation from shoulder and back injuries. It also referenced the Rockets … Continue reading

Houston Rockets’ Dwight Howard Snubbed in NBA All-Star Game Voting

Many NBA fans are snickering about the All-Star Game voting snub of Houston Rockets’ mercurial center Dwight Howard.

For the first time since 2009 Howard will not be a starter in the annual game held this season on February 16, 2014 in New Orleans.

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Bad Behavior Making NBA a Soap Opera of Sorts

The casts of daytime television’s longest running soap operas All My Children, Days of our Lives and As the World Turns are beaming with pride.

The shallowness, pettiness and hubris portrayed in these paradigms of acting mediocrity are flourishing as front page fodder for sports media outlets covering the NBA.

Hardwood histrionics, melodramatic millionaires and easily shattered egomaniacs have transformed the NBA into a menagerie of a sports world soap opera.

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Dwight Howard’s Ugly Exit in LA Lakers NBA Playoff Series Loss to SA Spurs

The Los Angeles Lakers’ “Dwight-mare” of a basketball season ended both ignominiously and fittingly yesterday before a national television audience.

With yesterday’s victory, the favored San Antonio Spurs easily swept the injury riddled Lakers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.

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