Dwight, please wipe that smile off your face. This is serious.
Do you really care about basketball and winning?
Nobody doubts that you are a good person; you are a funny, respectful guy loaded with positivity. You have all the physical attributes of your attached superman moniker.
But something is missing and it has become clear to the basketball world: You don’t seem to care.
In games, your intensity seems to lack. Bryant attacked you, but you never clearly stated your case publicly to defend yourself. Why are you so passive when so much is on the line?
There is arrogance in superstardom, but yours doesn't exist in the right realm. There is a level of mental toughness and distaste for losing among the elite. But as you exited for Orlando and moved on to a losing scene in Los Angeles, you never seemed to change when your reputation was being dragged through the mud.
There’s little wrong with Dwight the man. There’s a lot wrong with Dwight the basketball superstar.
You played hurt last year, and statistically you were still a value. But is that what you want of your career, to be “pretty good”? Or do you want to be the best?
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