Dwight Howard Shares What Might Be Least Profound Tweet Ever

It must be the off-season. How do I know? Because I’m writing an article about an absurd Dwight Howard tweet that doesn’t really mean anything but is still awesome. Maybe don’t get swept next time, Lakers, and give me something to write about that will actually require brain activity.

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But, until then, weeeeeeee!

Anyways. Dwight posted this on his Twitter account on Thursday. It’s, well, not rocket science material.

I don’t really know what’s worse, here – the fact that he tweeted that out or that he admitted somebody just fooled him and got him to say it himself.

Regardless, at least Dwight seems to be enjoying himself, even if it’s self-detrimental humor that involves admitting he’s stew peed. Still, with as much flack as Dwight gets for joking around too much and not being serious enough and all that nonsense, it’s fun having players that tweet this type of stuff, even if it’s to keep the 11-year-old part of my brain amused.

I guess I better clarify that I’m not trying to rag on Dwight, either. I just saw this tweet and felt the need to post it because the world needs to know these things. I’m doing you all a service, here. You’re welcome.

In news that actually relates to Dwight on the floor, the team is still hoping to get him to re-sign long-term once he becomes a free agent in July, but until then we’ll have to make do with his tweets.

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