Tuesday’s 4 p.m. opening of free agency in the National Football League will likely see the Miami Dolphins make a big splash when they sign left tackle Branden Albert. But if things play out correctly, it won’t be the only big splash the Fins make.
Now that the second “Dwightmare” is over and mercurial center Dwight Howard has chosen the Houston Rockets as his next team, the big question is can he deliver first a Western Conference championship and then an NBA championship?
The Miami Heat is not going to be a major player on the free agent market that opened up at midnight Monday. When you’re the champs, you can get away with sitting out the big spending.
Miami Heat fans have been doing a lot of hand wringing as of late due to the team’s repeated rebounding woes contributing to a few losses. But the Heat is in first place, something another team of superstars out west are nowhere near.
The sports world’s long national Dwightmare is over, but it’s just beginning for opponents of the Los Angeles Lakers who took the super team concept started by Boston and Miami to another level Thursday night.
A few days after the Miami Heat championship parade, Juwan Howard was back in workout mode. Just in case.
It appears that Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard may finally be getting his ticket to the Brooklyn Nets after all.
The soap opera that Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has made of his playing career continued over the weekend when he once again requested a trade from the Magic.
It’s been more than 20 years since the Michigan Wolverines first trotted out five freshman stars nicknamed “The Fab Five.” But, despite the hoopla, they never won a NCAA Championship, but the last member still active in the NBA now has his championship ring.
The blood-letting in Orlando has officially begun for the Magic. The team announced Monday that it had fired head coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith agreed to leave the franchise.