Dwight Howard calls season a “Nightmare” and then apologizes to Lakers fans

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| April 29th, 2013 | 3,233 Views

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It looks like Dwight Howard had a hard time sleeping last night after a “straight up punk move” in his final game with the Lakers this season.  During the post game interview he said the season has been a “nightmare” that he “can’t wake up from” and hours later in the middle of the night, he took to Twitter to address the game, his actions and post an “apology letter” to his fans.  With all of the recent talks and rumors that he plans to test the free agency waters again or that he still has his eyes on Brooklyn makes his last tweet of the night the most controversial.  “I hope I get the chance to make it up to you!” Thank u la.”


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