- A Laker fan bids farewell to one of their own.
- Dwight Howard should now be prepared to put himself in the same shoes that other Lakers super-centers had worn, from Wilt Chamberlain, to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Shaquille O' Neal, and help retool a team
- Mitch Kupchak would like to change his middle name to bling-bling.
- A day that many NBA fans thought that they would never see has finally come, Dwight Howard has been traded, pending league approval. News has just broke, through multiple media outlets that Howard has indeed been traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in a blockbuster deal and all that is left is a phone call tomorrow morning between the NBA commissioner and the four teams involved.
- After dispatching Argentina in the last game of the preliminary round, Team USA was more than ready for Australia in quarterfinals of the 2012 Olympics. Brimming with confidence, the Americans know they're the best team left in the tournament and the clear favorite to head back to the United States with a second consecutive gold medal.
- Criticisms of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco have been as common as kids around an ice cream truck. However, this year's training camp has media and fans singing a different tune.
- Discussing whether or not Andrea Bargnani of the Toronto Raptors should be considered an "All-Star".
- Up by just one point on Argentina at halftime of their final Olympic basketball preliminary-round game, Team USA needed someone to step up and take control of the game. Luckily, two of the best players in the world, Lebron and Durant, are on the team.
- In a relatively productive offseason, the Knicks brought in quality role players such as Marcus Camby, Jason Kidd, and Ronnie Brewer to provide depth and effective minutes off the bench.However, as the 2012 season approaches, there are still holes in the roster that require filling. With Jared Jefferies now in Portland, the power forward position for New York is looking such as Amare Stoudemire and 39-year-old Kurt Thomas. Enter 34-year-old, Kenyon Martin.
- There were times last year when Boston Celtics fans wondered whether Paul Pierce would return for a 15th NBA season. The Celtics captain is returning, and he intends to play out his current contract, which includes a 2013-14 team option. Beyond that though, Pierce's future is anyone's guess.
- two sprinters from qatar and afghanistan are competing for the first time as women from their countries. we should all remember them forever.
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- The article looks at the current men's Olympic basketball team, comparing it with the group that competed in Atlanta at the 1996 Games. Comparisons are made for each position, and there is some discussion of similariites in that both were compared to the original Dream Team.
- Cincinnati Red hot; Marlins selling again; Houston's got a problem; Greinke set to exit; Giants love home-cooking.
- Ed Reed's offseason statements and absence at OTA's and mandatory minicamp lead many to question whether he would be in training camp for the Baltimore Ravens. On the first official day of camp, the future Hall of Fame safety was at the Ravens' facility to lay doubts to rest.
- With the Packers loaded at receiver and the injury problems the O-Line and D-Line had, can they really keep six receivers?
Los Angeles Lakers Trade News: Lakers And Cavs Have To Take Risks On Andrew Bynum And Dwight Howard Without GuaranteesHere's the Cavaliers and Lakers have no choice but to agree to a three-way trade with the Magic to acquire Andrew Bynum and Dwight Howard.
- Jimmer Fredette has been extremely inconsistent during the NBA Summer League and may be on his way out town after a recent acquisition by the Sacramento Kings.
London Olympics 2012: Team USA's Kobe Bryant Calls It A Stupid Idea But What Would An Under-23 Roster Look Like?What would Team USA's Under-23 roster look like?
- Dwight Howard shouldn't be telling Orlando where he will be traded. His popularity will be as low as LeBron James' was after "The Decision."