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Dwight Howard called me a liar Tuesday night. He is mistaken.
I wrote that Howard is very unhappy in Houston, and I stand by that report 100 percent. For the reasons why he is unhappy, and my best guess as to where he will finish the season (Miami), click over and give a read to my column.
Howard was interviewed in Sacramento after the Rockets lost to the Kings, and the man asking the questions was Jonathan Feigan, longtime beat writer for the Houston Chronicle. Feigan tried to ask four questions -- the first was about sending a message, the second was about the failure to play as a unit. Howard answered the first two questions with variations of the stock jock reply "We just gotta play hard." The third was about my report, and the fourth was unintelligible because Howard cut Feigan off.
The important question is the third one.
Feigan: "There was a report, maybe you've heard about it, that you were very unhappy with your role. If you hadn't been asked, what response would you have given?"
Howard: "I haven't said nothing to nobody about anything."
There are no lies in my story. I am very well-sourced around the league, and people tell me things that they would not tell other journalists. The sources for this story are exceptionally plugged-in to what is going on with the Rockets. Also,this is not a rumor. There is a difference between a rumor and a news report. This is the latter, not the former.
I had a lot more to say about the latest Dwightmare on the Rockets' flagship radio station, SportsTalk 790 in Houston with host Matt Ryan.
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On this week's show of Into The Unknown Realm with Steve & Naomi, we welcome Marc Arvilla & Lauren Sheridan from MGH Paranormal, DTM Wicked Radio's Paranormal Hangover and two of your hosts for this weekend's exciting event, SALEM CON 2! MGH Paranormal has been working all year on another fantastic event at the historical Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, MA. Listen to the show to find out all that you have in store for you this weekend! Don't miss it!
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto gives a brief overview of the battle of Namozone Church, where CPT Thomas Custer, brother of George Armstrong Custer, is cited for bravery and awarded his first Medal of Honor.
Movie Addict Headquarters salutes the great Lucille Ball, who deserves recognition during Women’s History Month. Lucy was the first female head of a movie studio, and TIME Magazine included her among the 100 Most Important People of the Twentieth Century. But Lucy’s fans love her the most for her terrific performances in movies and on TV. Special guests joining in this pre-recorded discussion are James Sheridan, co-author of Lucille Ball FAQ: Everything Left To Know about America’s Favorite Redhead, and Elisabeth Edwards, author of I Love Lucy: A Celebration of All Things Lucy as well as other books about the beloved showbiz icon. In addition to Lucy’s remarkable TV career, her many popular movies include: Stage Door; The Long, Long Trailer; Fancy Pants; Best Foot Forward; The Fuller Brush Girl; The Big Street; Sorrowful Jones; The Dark Corner; Yours, Mine and Ours; Dubarry Was a Lady and Dance, Girl, Dance.
The year is 2258. The name of the place is Two Packs a Week, the trading card comedy show! Host Geoffrey Golden and special guests Asterios Kokkinos (Something Awful) and Sangita Rayasam (@ElSangito) take an unexpected, inexplicable journey opening packs of the Babylon 5 Collectable Card Game and Denny’s The Hobbit trading cards. On their valiant quest, they stay at the Captain Sheridan Hotel, dance to dwarf DJ Thorin Oakenshield, and Asterios tells the true story of his lowest point: getting cut-off from “Bowman’s Brew” Hobbit coffee at a Denny’s. We cannot guarantee your safety on this adventure…All on this hilarious episode of Two Packs a Week Presented by Meltdown Comics!
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The New York Knicks have run the Love Triangle offense off the court better than Phil Jackson’s version on the court thanks to coaches Derek Fisher and Kurt Rambis.
Will this be the final straw for Carmelo Anthony to waive his no-trade clause and for the Knicks to scrap the Triangle offense for a proven winner in former Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, the best available coach on the market?
Speaking of the Bulls, Derrick Rose is averaging 26 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game since returning from the All-Star break.
However, without a healthy Jimmy Butler, the Bulls would have a tough time giving the Cleveland Cavaliers a fight in a potential first-round matchup should the standings hold as present. For that matter, it remains to be seen if the Raptors can give the Cavaliers a run for their money in the East when Toronto has failed to advance past the first round since 2001.
If Cleveland makes it to the NBA Finals healthy, we’ll at least be able to answer a lingering question from last season: Could the Cavaliers, with a healthy LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, beat the Warriors for the title?
That ship appears to have sailed last season. With the Warriors on a historical pace this season as arguably the best team ever, Cleveland would be an underdog – even with James still in his prime.
With that in mind, I joined Yahoo Sports radio to discuss whether the Raptors can challenge the Cavaliers, what the future of the Bulls looks like for Derrick Rose and Pau Gasol, potential trade markets for Blake Griffin and Kevin Love, the Knicks’ Triangle offense on and off the court and where Anthony Davis ranks among the game’s top players after scoring 59 points and grabbing 20 rebounds against the Detroit Pistons.
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