Dwight Howard Considers Lakers were Underdogs: NBA Talk at YouWager

Dwight Howard is going back to Orlando next week for the first time since becoming a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and YouWager experts have learned that he is eager to set the record straight regarding remarks he made on his time with the Magic.

The 27 year-old said things about a team that made it to the NBA Finals in 2009 hasn’t sat well with his former teammates, such as Jameer Nelson and Rashard Lewis, who both were named to the All-Star team while playing alongside Howard.

In addition, J.J. Redick, another former teammate, wasn’t happy either.

Even while Howard may not have wanted his teammates traded, online sports betting fans know quite well that he wanted a trade for himself this past summer that ended his career with Orlando after eight seasons.

Nelson, who was once one of Howard’s closest friends while with the Magic, said he was disappointed in Howard’s comments.

According to Howard he has tried to reach out to both Nelson and Lewis to “let them know my thoughts” and is “upset” by their reactions.