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Farewell, Dwight Howard

The Dwight Howard era in Houston has ended.

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The Definitive Clint Capela/Dwight Howard Comparison

Inherent within the decision over whether to re-sign Dwight Howard is the comparison to Clint Capela, Howard’s younger, cheaper likely successor.  Capela came of age during the playoffs of his rookie season, landing a surprise spot in the rotation and impressing.  I thought he’d be a major key to Houston’s season–and he very much was […]

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The Dwight Howard – Houston Rockets divorce looks inevitable: Part 2

Please note this post was written on April 10, 2016. I wrote back in July that the second biggest key to Houston’s season would be keeping Dwight Howard healthy and fresh through a maintenance plan.  At the time of writing, Howard has appeared in 68 of Houston’s 79 games, averaging 32.3 minutes per contest.  The team […]

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