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Aftermath of Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant's yapping

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Stephen Dunn

Just like that, actual basketball happened last night, but all anyone wants to talk about in the national media is a minute of unpleasantness between Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard. So why stop them?

Dwight, Rockets get best of Kobe, Lakers in season opener | Ultimate Rockets

The Feigen gamer. McHale said the Kobe-Dwight scuffle is "not chippiness... That's basketball. No big deal."

Kobe Bryant calls Dwight Howard a 'teddy bear' and a 'nice kid' | CBSSports.com

All Kobe can do is resort to trolling. Nineteen points on 17 shots does not a superstar (or winner) make.

Poor lip reading of Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard's "fight" | SBNation.com

Since NBA fights are rarely all that violent, so let's honor Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard, who mostly decided to use their words, not their hands.

Get well soon, Julius Randle | Silver Screen and Roll

SB Nation's Lakers blog has a heartfelt piece pulling for Julius Randle to fully recover. We cosign the sentiment.

Jazz Jam session with Yours Truly | SLC Dunk

I went to the den of the enemy to talk Rockets. Look out for my three questions with SLC Dunk editor Amar, dropping soon.