Not even the sight of Dwight Howard casually flipping in a 75-footer (via, BSO):
Tags: Dwight Howard, Hubie Brown, Orlando Magic
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first off, hubie obviously wasnt watching dwight throughout warmups because he has an announcing job to do. hubie and jvg are far and away the best on the planet. mark jackson is good with jvg, but by himself, he is just awful.
Good lord, how strong is that guy? just a flick of the wrist, no leg involvement and the pill flies forever. Nearly looked like one of those doctored shots from typical B-Ball movies like “white man can’t jump” etc.
I’m sure Hubie has seen that before, hence the lack of excitement.
that was insane
I remember when he was just talking and talking and almost made me miss Baron’s dunk on AK-47, when he gets on a roll he’s not gonna stop talking
Oh wow,the one time I actually miss Dwight throwing up these shots and arrive late for the game,he makes the shot!!Have seen him casually throw up about 10 of these before every warm up….maybe if he spent less time doing this,and more time uhm….practising free throws??Then he might shoot over 60% at least….having said that he is getting better,but come on….
that’s insane in the membrane
I put the game on mute when he is commentating, he is annoying.
Van Gundy needs to make this an inbounds play.
heh, lucky though, fun, but lucky
Dwight for 2010 H-O-R-S-E contest!!!
insane in the brain
make dwight a globetrotter
Haha if Dwight was a Globetrotter he’d kill it. He’s perfect for it.
^ Yeah, got that killer smile, and everything. Anyway, when the shot went up, Hubie was probably reading off his cuecards, or something.
hubie is the MAN. one of the best analysts in ball. learn all kinda stuff everytime u listen to him, and u know the source is legit.
Jesus, he didn’t even look at the hoop before he threw it up. So damn effortless.
i hate Hubie..dude makes at least 3 completely wrong statements every time hes commentating.
^ 3 is a low number for a commentator these days. Can we resurrect Howard Cosell?
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