Dwightmare 2013 is off and running!
What? You're not excited about it?
I for one can empathize. The NBA and those who love it have been plagued by the question of Dwight Howard's future for well over two years now, since he first flirted publicly with the idea of teaming up with Deron Williams on what would become the Brooklyn Nets.
Now, Dwight finds himself back in the limelight, this time with his fate firmly within his own grasp. By the end of July 2, Howard will have been entertained by the Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks and the incumbent Los Angeles Lakers. Come July 10, he'll have picked out his home team for the next four-to-five years.
Or so he says, according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles.
How do those five teams stack up in this particular rat race? We don't have a direct line into Howard's indecisive head, but we'll do our best to handicap the likelihood of each destination city landing the signature of the NBA's latest insufferable superstar.