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Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard appeared on "Ellen" performed the "Gangman Style" dance and reveled he had a crush on Ellen DeGeneres ever since hearing her voice as Dory in "Finding Nemo."
"Ellen is hot," said Howard. "I have to get on the show someday. Now that I'm here, it's a dream come true."
Howard went on to imitate Kobe Bryant, reenacting a conversation they had about Howard's rehab progress.
"That's good," Howard said in Bryant's scowling voice. "I need you at 100%. Trying to win a ring. Talk to you later. Bye."
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Dwight Howard is doing what he must to be available for opening night when his Los Angeles Lakers take on the Dallas Mavericks.
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Dwight Howard is targeting opening night for the 2012-13 season to make his Los Angeles Lakers debut, just five months after back surgery, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Howard is recovering nicely after having surgery for a herniated disc in April and is determined to play Oct. 30 at the Staples Center against the Dallas Mavericks.
According to the report:
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Some key Lakers players have been making the media rounds in Los Angeles lately, with Dwight Howard appearing on multiple talk shows this week. Friday, superstar Kobe Bryant stopping by the Ellen Degeneres Show to meet one of his biggest fans as well as discuss the trash talking with President Obama: video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo [...]
Kobe Bryant appeared on 'Ellen' the day after his teammate Dwight Howard made an appearance on the show.
Bryant's response when asked about Howard joining the Los Angeles Lakers:
"He's one of the most dominant defensive players the game has ever seen. We add him to the talent that we have. It's going to be exciting. I'm really looking forward to it...
Dwight Howard has been shown by the Lakers' coaches how the system will create new scoring opportunities for him.