It's alright, everyone. You're free to go about living your lives as you normally would've again. The "Dwightmare" is over; Howard informed the Lakers of his decision Friday evening.
For now, anyway. Dwight Howard's decision to sign with the Houston Rockets comes with all manner of implications for himself, his new team, and the other four that swung and missed in their respective attempts to land his signature and the considerable services that come with it.
With D12 out of the spotlight, the league can get back to dishing out contracts to free agents and dreaming up trades, particularly those involving other big men.
Howard's decision alone doesn't change all that much about the Association's hierarchy—not from when we laid it out after the 2013 draft, anyway—though there has been plenty of other player movement that, along with Howard's new deal, has shaken up the basketball landscape considerably.