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Video: Dwight Howard Forgets How To Hustle vs. Denver Nuggets

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Apparently the Lakers forgot they’re a team fighting for the final playoff spot in the West. Plays like this are not indicative of a team that wants to play in the post season. In the middle of the third quarter, Dwight Howard completely watches a lose ball go by him, allowing Corey Brewer to save the ball to his team, ultimately losing a costly possession that was needed .

Fortunately no points were given up, but still, these are the plays that have to be made if you want to win games.

Does Dwight Howard need to give more effort on the court for the Lakers?


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  • lakermike311

    are you kidding? he didnt go for it because it was off the Nugget player and he wasnt going to get to it. Brewer snuck behind him and was lucky enough to just get there.
    Dwight could not have saved the ball, it was off Den and he didnt Brewer go behind him. Why dont you really look at the play instead of just trying to stir up more needless drama

    • TeknoViper

      He should pay more atention to the ball, not only that play, but also a good pass from Nash, Dwight was giving the back to him under the basket alone and that was another turn over, if he knows his team he should know how they play and specially how Nash look for the open man. That was on the second quarter.

    • Dr. Rasheed

      I agree with you lakermike311.

      Contributing Writer? Just adding this video killed your article and what a waste of our time on your personal displacement. Your supportive video doesn’t support your thought processing, they are contraindicating. It is understandable that writer was upset and frustrated with Dwight’s over all performance but posting such a video was a bad idea.
      What kind of analysis are you highlighting? If you show this to a kid he will laugh at you.
      It was a back2back game.
      We all, including myself, have to think bigger and try not to scrutinize at least on energy effort on a back2back game.

  • Jackmouve

    Absolutely, you dont stop playing till you hear a whistle, PERIOD.

  • Alexander

    This type of articles doesn’t help the team, it was going out of bounds out of a Nuggets player, he was far away from the ball, he wasn’t going to get there on time to save it. If brewer is faster than him it’s not his fault.

  • JohnC

    This is more than UNFAIR. Though yeah,he should eventuallyu decide to stay 1 hour a day shooting after training just to improve his free-throw %, the best +/- of LA this game was Dwight. Everything is not about just scoring, This proves once again that teams need a center on court to have a well-balanced offense and defense game. Still people wondering why both Dwight + Pau have declared open to leave D’Antoni’s LA? Playing with two PF has repeatedly been proved a disaster.

  • nlruizjr

    yeah, 90% of Laker fans not opposed to trade either, I’d rather have a center that plays until the whistle is blown and to think the Lakers want DH as a Leader, what a Joke !!!!!!!

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