Lakers Nation Tweets Of The Week: Howard Chooses Houston, Free Agency

It has been a busy week for the NBA with numerous trades and acquisitions. If you missed any of the exciting news, don’t worry because Lakers Nation has the top 10 tweets of the week to keep you updated.

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It was a a Dwightmare, indeed. There was a 50/50 chance that Dwight Howard was going to either end up with the Los Angeles Lakers or with the Houston Rockets, but Howard decided that joining James Harden and the Rockets was the best fit for his career. The Twittersphere was on pins and needles waiting for Howard to make make a decision. Check out some of the tweets.

Plus, Many Ginobili signs a two-year extension with the San Antonio Spurs? What?! Also, Shaq and Kobe, the once dynamic due, respond to Dwight Howard’s departure.

1. Congrats, Manu!

 

2. Some are bitter for this decision, but good luck to Dwight Howard on his new future.

 

3. Mitch is a mastermind. Laker fans believe.

 

4. That was quick.

 

5. So much for Josh Smith teaming up with Dwight Howard in Houston. Good Luck in Detroit, Josh Smith.

 

6. We love you, Pau.

 

7. Dagger!

 

8. Welp.

 

9. Check out the picture that Kobe posted on his Instagram after he found out Dwight was signing with Houston.

 

10. Dwight said a couple of words on his departure.

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