Former NBA star Dwight Howard hasn’t had an easy journey in the league, but he recently reminded everyone of how dominant he used to be on the basketball court. Howard was once regarded as the best center in the NBA, taking the league by storm with his defensive prowess. However, his light-hearted personality was not well-received, and he received criticism for not taking the game seriously.
During his years with the Orlando Magic, Howard was dominant and even led the team to the NBA Finals in 2009. He won three Defensive Player of the Year Awards and is the only player in history to do so for three consecutive years. After playing for the Magic, Howard was traded to the Lakers and spent three seasons with the Houston Rockets before bouncing around the league.
At 38 years old, Howard still desires to play in the NBA In-Season Tournament before retiring. He believes there is still a chance for him to sign with a team that needs a veteran player. Despite the ups and downs in his career, Howard’s passion for the game remains strong, and he hopes to make a comeback in the league.