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Dwight Howard picked up his second technical of the game in the first half between the Lakers/Raptors on Sunday afternoon and was automatically ejected. His first T came after arguing with refs on a no-call when he thought he was fouled. Here he is seen getting wrapped up with Alan Anderson, which the refs deemed worthy of a tech/toss:
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