Dwight Howard turns troll and takes aim at LeBron James

Eat that wonton soup

Eat that wonton soup
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He appears to be a former NBA star Dwight Howard he decided to troll back into the association and now he goes to the biggest dog in the yard. Although he is no longer the player he once was, LeBron James still a significant figure with plenty of pull in the league. Going with Howard James, a former teammate of his in the 2020 bubble championship in Orlando, may not have been the wisest move. Lakers.

It’s still unbelievable that Howard had to go all the way to Taiwan to continue his professional ring career. There’s no reason he can’t come off the NBA bench and contribute 15 minutes per game. Now Howard is fully into it, and James isn’t the only current NBA star whose team caught fire in the postseason he recruited. In another tweet, Superman names Jordan Poole, Julius Randle, Ben Simmons, Klay Thompson, DeAndre Ayton, CP3, KD and James Harden as the guys he’s inviting to play in Taiwan. Someone in the background also shouted for Draymond [Green] as Howard rattled off All-Star names.

It’s never going to happen, but if these NBA names played even one game in the T1 league in Taiwan, that would be pretty cool. T1 would really welcome this level of publicity for its platform. While Howard seems to be enjoying his time in the T1 League, he would love to end his career with one last run in the association. But trolling LeBron isn’t likely to accomplish that goal.

Howard is still good enough to play in the NBA. If DeAndre Jordan is making lists year after year, then Howard should be able to do the same but actually contribute. This is the “business” side of the NBA coin. There’s still a perception of Howard that he’s never been able to shake, no matter how well he’s played. So if Howard has a genuine desire to return to the association, he might want to cool it with all the social media posts roasting the current talent, especially The King.

Source: https://deadspin.com/dwight-howard-lebron-james-twitter-1850476554

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