Lakers News: Metta World Peace Found Out Dwight Howard Left From TMZ

By now, Lakers Nation is used to the randomness of Metta World Peace. But even though we all know he is bound to do and say some very odd things, it’s always fun to see what comes out of his mouth.

Metta has always said that he doesn’t pay attention to any basketball during the offseason and you have to believe him now after he found out the news of Dwight Howard’s free agency departure to the Houston Rockets, from TMZ.

Just another day in the wonderful life of Metta World Peace. The next obvious question is did Metta really call Dwight the next day. And if so, what did they talk about?

Maybe Metta will unfollow Dwight on Twitter and Instagram like Kobe did. Or he could be telling him about the best nightclubs to go to in Houston.

Of course this now makes you wonder, why exactly did Metta predict a Lakers-Rockets Western Conference Finals if he had no clue that Howard was a member of the Rockets?

Either he is a huge fan of James Harden, Chandler Parsons, and Omer Asik, or he has some Nostradamus-like gifts. And I wouldn’t be shocked if it’s the latter.

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