Today will be the day Dwight decides his fate hopefully. I had enough of this dwightmare and he's already treated like a king for a while now. It's time for him to act like a real man and pull the trigger now so everyone can move on. Amen.
I wouldn't want Dwight Howard, Deron Williams or Carmelo Anthony on my team. Give me Kawhi Leonard all day. None of those other bozos plays for the team.
Dwight will have screwed 2 franchises if he leaves the Lakers...His legacy has taken a huge hit........
In Orlando his jovial ways were fun and considered cute by some ,but his last season in Orlando,especially after he helped to get Van Gundy fired...And his indecisiveness last summer made lot of people view him as a buffoon....If he wants to be taking seriously he has to make a mature decision and talk about winning championships no matter where he goes......
Any idea on when and how he will let his decision be know?
No word yet, but this is where the decision will be announced.
Even if he returns does to the Lakers..I still dont see them winning a ring next season even with everyone healthy..Unless they can get a defensive minded guard that can contain the CP3s,WEstbrooks,Parkers and Currys in the west.....They have to trade Nash or Blake,add some more outside shooting,more toughness and more athleticism....
I personally find Dwight loathsome. He's going to drag this out as long as he can. Earlier we heard reports saying he wanted to decide by Friday, now I read saying he will announce on the weekend. And knowing Dwight, after he signs, he's going to have second thoughts and ask for a re-do of the whole process (maybe not, but the guy is a flake).
I might be wrong, but I predict Dwight will never win a championship. For all his talk about 'rings matter' it's really just contrived nonsense that he reiterates because he hears real champions like Kobe, Duncan, Parker, Lebron etc. say it. He thinks if he says it enough times it will be true but really Dwight cares about Dwight. He wants to be loved, adored and admired by all for his zany antics, defensive prowess and peculiar free-throw shooting. The problem for him is that, he was such a physical marvel before that everything was easy for him - jumping, running, lifting weights etc. But when you look at the paltry development in his BASKETBALL skill-set, and combine that with his deteriorating athleticism due to injury, what you have is a player on the decline. I say good riddance to Dwight, I wish he could sign a 10-year contract so we wouldn't have to deal with him again in another 4 years.