Apr 24, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard (12) drives for a dunk between San Antonio Spurs forward Tiago Splitter (22) and Matt Bonner (15) during game two of the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at AT

Dwight Howard Speaks Out

The Dwightmare is upon us once again. Last night, an article by Dave McMenamin. It seems Dwight Howard has finally said something about the Lakers head coach, Mike D’Antoni. Howard said that he felt underutilized and that he had no say when it came to suggestions and leadership — he only listened to Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant. The article later goes on to say that the loss of assistant coach Chuck Person and the potential leaving of Steve Clifford hasn’t helped the relationship between the two.

When you mention Dwight Howard, people automatically think of drama and what he did to Stan Van Gundy last year in Orlando. Is he going to do the same thing to Mike D’Antoni this year? I really don’t think Dwight is trying to cause something here; I believe he is just being honest on what happened this past season. It looks like the Lakers may have to pick between D’Antoni and Howard — this might not end well.

We all know this is going to take up most of the summer, so we might as well get used to seeing every little that happens to Dwight create chaos. Oh, James Harden is now following Howard on Twitter? Of course he is. I’m sure they’re friends. More than that though, why wouldn’t Harden try to sway the best center in the game to come to his team?

Whatever people say right now, I’m not really paying attention to. We will hear a million different things this summer on where DH might go; I’m not believing a thing until I see Dwight Howard’s signature on a contract.

What do YOU think will happen between Dwight Howard and Mike D’Antoni? Will one stay, will they both stay, or are they both gone? Sound off in the comments section down below!

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