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The struggles of Dwight Howard and the Lakers don’t have anything to do with coaching changes, disagreements with Kobe Bryant, or injuries, but they have everything to do with candy.
According to ESPN.com, Howard revealed in an interview that his poor conditioning and inconsistent energy may have been the cause of some of the Lakers’ losses this season.
“You’ve got to have energy and I want to bring that energy every night,” Howard said Saturday afternoon. “That’s my job. They count on me to be that guy. I just know how much more effective I will be when I’m in better shape. And, unfortunately, it’s cost us a lot of games.”
Howard doesn’t believe he’s in the shape he was in before undergoing back surgery last spring, but extra rest over the All-Star break and a new diet he started is helping him get there.
“I’m just making sure I don’t eat as much candy and sugar so I can get in good shape,” he said. “Back when I was able to play 48 minutes, I could eat anything. B
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Dwight Howard hardly says he was to blame for anything in his basketball career. But this, as small as it may be, is a step towards the right direction. According to ESPN, Howard says that his conditioning has cost Los Angeles games this season. “You’ve got to have energy and I want to bring that [...]
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Even when things are going well for the Lakers, Dwight Howard has to make sure he says something to annoy the Lakers fan base.
The season is 3/4 over, he should be in shape by now, but Dwight wants the world to know he still gets tired on the court and it is affecting his play.
“Coming off the injury, I only had four weeks to get ready for the season, which was training camp and...
Dwight is still talking, maybe he should be on the elliptical or something. He has mentioned several times that he still isn’t in shape, I think everyone knows that by now, so no need to keep talking about it.
This time he says the fact he can’t get in shape is one of the reasons the Lakers are still under .500.
“You’ve got to have energy and I want to bring that energy every...
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