LOS ANGELES Dwight Howard was upset and the usually personable Lakers center made no attempt to hide his displeasure about another loss to the Clippers.
After the 109-95 beating on Sunday which gave the Clips their first ever Pacific Division championship while Howard's teammates were waxing philosophical in other parts of the locker room, D12 was having none of it.
He was mad and wanted the world to know it.
Even when the team is playing well, why cant you guys seem to put together 48 minutes of good basketball consistently? he was asked.
Its something we have to learn how to do as a team, he replied.
What goes into that experience, coming back from injuries? How do you see it?
Experience, was Howards answer, and as he was speaking it he actually looked like he was in physical pain. Probably from biting his tongue to say what he was truly feeling at the moment.
When asked how he rated his teams game in, game out intensity, Howard cracked sarcastically that I dont have a ...