Heads up Lakers and Rockets, you have some real competition heating up in Dallas for the talents of Dwight Howard.
Billboards have been cropping up around Los Angeles telling Howard to "STAY," but one Dallas area fast-food chain, Raising Cane's, topped that with billboards of its own offering the prized free agent chicken fingers for life if he signs with the Mavericks.
Certainly a risky move offering a 6-foot-11, 265-pound, 27-year-old free food, whenever he wants it, for life, at any of the 20 Raising Cane's restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The Dallas Morning News crunched the numbers, and the average life expectancy of an American male is 76. That would be 49 years of free chicken tenders, and if Howard were to cash in on his deal once a week for each of those 49 years it would cost the restaurant more than 27,000, assuming prices stay the same for nearly half a century (which it won't).
Maybe California based In-and-Out Burger needs to team up with the Lakers to...