Dwight Howard Tweeted He Was Staying With The Lakers Only To Change His Minutes Later When He Signed With The Sixers
During Friday’s opening of NBA frae agency, it really seemed Dwight Howard would be back in LA despite contract disputes. On Friday afternoon Dwight tweeted and deleted that he was coming be returning to the Lakers.
Imma need an explanation here 🤔 pic.twitter.com/L1K1W6j7nT
— Overtime (@overtime) November 21, 2020
About an hour after his Lakers tweet, Howard went on to sign with Philadephia 76ers which took some fans by surprise.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) November 21, 2020
Earlier this week Howard had reiterated that he was looking to get paid for a solid bounce back season.
NBA Fans were confused about Dwight’s tweets.
Dwight Howard tweeted that he’s staying with the Lakers
Then he deleted the tweet.
Now he’s reportedly weighing his options.
This all happened in four minutes. pic.twitter.com/qf66v3ltnS
— SB Nation (@SBNation) November 21, 2020
Dwight tweeted he's coming back, deleted the tweet a few minutes later, then signed somewhere else for a vet minimum deal that's worth less than what he could have got in LA. Seems more likely the Lakers told him "nah" than that he changed his mind 🤷🏻♂️🤷🏻♂️
— Mike Guardabascio (@Guardabascio) November 21, 2020