by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
You’ll never believe this, but Dwight Howard is upset about something again.
The only twist about Dwight’s latest complaint is that it came following an Orlando Magic victory. Howard was unhappy with the amount of touches he got late in the game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.
From Fox Sports:
Howard touched the ball only six times on offense in the fourth quarter, with one of those coming from his own offensive rebound. Despite Orlando’s 99-94 win over the Bucks, Howard made it clear that this is not the role he wants. “I do want the ball more in the fourth quarter,” a frustrated Howard said. “I want to become a closer. The only way you get there is by getting the ball and have coach have the confidence in giving me the ball. That’s how Kobe (Bryant) and the rest of the great fourth-quarter players got that way. It’s trial and error. When Kobe first got in the league, it took him a while to become the killer he is in the fourth quar...