My Nigga RG3 doin what he do
Forreal tho..you a dyke? I don't know any guy that would touch that ish..
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http://rockets.clutchfans.net/2668/d...uston-rockets/In March, the Rockets remained steadfast in their willingness to “rent” Howard and stayed involved in talks with the Magic. At the Toyota Center on trade deadline day after the dust cleared, I was told that Rockets GM Daryl Morey was the last one standing in the Howard chase. Weeks later I was informed that when Rockets front office personnel called it a night in the wee hours of the morning of the trade deadline, they believed they were going to land Howard later that day. The 6-foot-11 center reversed course and agreed to not exercise his opt-out clause to become a free agent, instead staying with the Magic for another year.
It wasn’t until this week that we could say it definitively — multiple sources tell ClutchFans that had Dwight not opted in, he was coming to Houston in a trade.
(If I could add here some speculation — while no one has told me this, it’s been my theory since the deadline that the Rockets nearing in on a trade for Howard may have played a role in Dwight’s decision to not opt-out and instead stay an extra year in Orlando. By being traded to a “rental” team like the Rockets at the deadline, any chance of getting the max years and max raises from a team on Howard’s preferred list would have been killed. He either would have to get that from Houston, or take less from someone else — sign-and-trades no longer give the best of both worlds, as they did under the old CBA. By staying another year in Orlando, Howard bought more time to work a trade to a team he chooses. End theory.)
"Greatness is greedy" - Doug Collins after watching Kobe Bryant doing work in the 2001 WCF vs. the SA Spurs.
The latest reports are saying that he's been working out at Brooklyn's facilities and discussing strategies for next season with Avery. Also that the Mavs also think he's probably picking Brooklyn, and they're making backup plans instead. Then, those latest reports came from Chris Broussard so who really knows.
D. Williams is just trying to get more out of Brooklyn. Using Dallas as a key to get more money.
Going back to the Nyets. Sure they'll still suck (and having only four guys under contract for next year), but Brooklyn is a bigger market and he'll make more there.
Not to mention the Mavs getting 3 of the Cavs' draft picks means they're either an attempt to inject youth into the roster with so many FAs leaving or they're leverage for a trade.
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"If I'm going to fight you, I'd rather just beat you," he said. "If I can't beat you, I'll be a man and say I can't beat you. I'm not going to cry about it. . . . I'm the first guy to say that somebody is better than me. I was the first guy to say Hakeem Olajuwon beat me in the  NBA finals. He killed me. He dominated me. I didn't go, 'Oh, he's traveling. They had experience. Wah-wah-wah.' I'm a man. Hakeem Olajuwon dusted my butt. These guys now are crying, 'Three seconds!' It's just funny to me."
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